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Ask The Expert: When is it time to consider making a will?


by Emma Comyn
28th May 2021
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"If you are the owner of property in another country – it is advisable to make a different will in that country in order to account for differences in the law of succession between countries."

Emma Comyn, Partner at Comyn Kelleher Tobin, looks at the basics of making a will, and some considerations to keep in mind.

Making a will is often something we think of as something to do when we are older, but really it should be something that we do as soon as we have assets or children. It is not the most glamorous of topics but is something that we should pay attention to and seriously think about. What happens if I do not write a will? While there are no current legal requirements to make a will,...

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