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Your Will Should Include 'Bits And Pieces'
Clients frequently spend a lot of time considering their estate plans – and that is particularly the case when it comes to their Wills.
Bermuda
19 Sep 2016
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Law Of Wills And Estates In Bermuda - Eighth Edition
The Law of Wills and Estates in Bermuda - Eighth Edition, authored by Michael Mello QC, JP, TEP is now available.
Bermuda
14 Apr 2015
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Making Your Own Will Could Lead To An ‘Own Goal’
Persons who make their own Wills are known amongst litigation lawyers as a "lawyers’ delight".
Bermuda
19 Feb 2015
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Explaining The Duties Of Executors And Administrators
A discussion on the duties of executors and administrators.
Bermuda
10 Jun 2013
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Same-Sex Marriage: The Legal Position In Bermuda
Bermuda residents who have entered into same-sex marriages or civil unions/partnerships in foreign jurisdictions where these are permitted should be aware that such unions will not be recognised in Bermuda.
Bermuda
24 Apr 2013
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'Trigger Events’ Can Prompt Changes To Your Estate Plan
There are numerous ‘trigger events’ that may require you to make changes to your Estate Plan.
Bermuda
14 Mar 2013
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How A Living Will Can Assist You And Your Family
A discussion on the subject of a Living Will.
Bermuda
13 Feb 2013
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Planning For The Future With A Power Of Attorney
Everyone should execute a Power of Attorney ("Power"), an adaptable legal tool that helps you to plan for the future.
Bermuda
9 Nov 2012
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Guide To Wills And Estate Planning In Bermuda
This Guide has been produced as an aid to those seeking general information with respect to Wills and estate planning in Bermuda.
Bermuda
13 Sep 2012
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Appoint A Guardian For Your Child
If you have young children, it is important that you make provision for their upbringing and care in the event of your death, by appointing a guardian.
Bermuda
24 Aug 2012
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Estate Planning Solutions For Common Law Couples
Colloquially, the term ‘common law marriage’ is used to describe the relationship of a man and a woman who live together as husband and wife without having gone through a legal ceremony of marriage.
Bermuda
16 Jul 2012
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