WRITING A WILL
ABOUT THE BOOK
Writing a Will gives you a great chance to make plans for the future of your family and the people you care about. It tells you what you need to think about to get ready.
For instance, if you have a Will, it talks about complicated family situations like marriage, divorce, remarriage, life interests, trusts, foreign spouses, property in different countries, and much more. If you have a Will, you can decide what happens to your body after you die. It gives you the chance to take care of your pets, gives you access to charities, and lets you deal with a number of things that are important to you.
Anyone can write a will, but not everyone can write one that fits your specific needs. This book tries to tell you everything you need to know about making a Will, and it will help you start making plans for how to fill that knowledge gap. It tells people how they can use what they've learned in their own lives and makes it easier for them to do so.
Everybody's scenario is unique. The advice in this book will be very helpful when you think about your own situation and how you could start making plans to write a Will. At the end of the book, you will find a sample document that shows you how to write a basic Will.
AIMS OF THE BOOK
Through this Law Book, people will be able to learn:
Show that you understand the fundamentals of writing a Will.
Evaluate complex legal questions applicable across Will writing.
Use everything you have learned to write a formal Will or engage in the process with your Solicitor.
Put up your argument and evaluate contrasting points of view.
Make proper use of legal jargon and other specialised terms.
Take charge of their own Will and prepared for the inevitable.
The aim and purpose of this book of the law is to:
Introduce the fundamental ideas and principles of law to all people and potential people that need a Will.
Advice on the framework of writing a will and and it within a broader real life context.
Give them a comprehensive guide to help them prepare the writing of a Will.
Inspire the growth of an individuals capacity for Will writing and analysis.
Facilitate the development of providing solutions to estate planning.
Chapter 1 - Writing a Will
Chapter 2 – Taking Instructions
Chapter 3 – What is a Trust?
Chapter 4 - The Basics of Making a Will
Chapter 5 – The Executor
Chapter 6 – Appointment of Guardians
Chapter 7- Appointment of Trustees
Chapter 8 - Additional Powers
Chapter 9 - Funeral Arrangements
Chapter 10 – Revocation
Chapter 11 - Signing the Will
Chapter 12- Applying For Probate or
Administering an Estate
Chapter 13 – Template of basic Will