Where there is a will there is a solicitor

Posted by | April 05, 2014 | Family Law | No Comments

Have you ever faced a legal issue and ended up in the losing side because you did not have proper guidance and understanding of the law?

Family and matrimonial problems tear down all spheres of our lives. They are indeed complex and thus require experience and expert know how. Whether be it writing a will of domestic issues like divorce, child custody, or financial issues you should take absolute care to make available your options and then deal with the issue in the most sensitive manner.

Writing a will would require various technicalities. For instance the date, time place and the testators name must be mentioned properly. Along with that the names of the persons who are to succeed or act as trustees must be clearly mentioned as well. It would be great to have a schedule of the properties attached. As it would clearly explain as to how the property should be distributed.

A lot of problem arises when others demand share in the property left by our near and dear ones. In these situations it can put us into great pressure. In such cases testamentary succession would prevent a lot of possible litigation. Even using the option of making a contingent gift deed would not be bad either.

When all details are specifically mentioned by a person in a proper legal instrument such as a will and provided the will is made in presence of a witness and is duel stamped then there would be very less chances of facing problems while obtaining a probate. It would also prevent chances of further disputes that may arise in the future.

It is important to ensure that the legal instrument must properly de-mark the jurisdiction of the appropriate court and also it must contain a proper schedule, if required. It is essential that a solicitor would properly guide his client and ensure that he meets the due ends of justice by providing adequate relief to his clients.