12 October 2011 by

Trusts and Estates Alert

In this Alert, the fifth in our series, we discuss why so many of us procrastinate when it comes to preparing a Will. Our earlier newsletters will have convinced you how important and advantageous it is to have a well drafted, valid and up to date Will in place. But even when we know this is so, why do we put off or avoid making time to have this important legal document professionally drafted for us?

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