07 Oct Marriage and Wills
Published Quay Law Article : Marriage and Wills
Your wedding is approaching, your bridesmaid and grooms outfits are finalised, the church and reception venue is booked and every item on that all important “checklist” has been ticked or scheduled as you plan the wedding of your dreams.
In preparing for your wedding, your focus is on the beginning of a new adventure with a special someone. The last thing you want to think about is death and Wills … but you should!
Marriage is a life-altering event that forces you to make all kinds of changes. As you prepare for your new life together, you should both sit down and be realistic about the future and the fact that none of us lives forever.
Your Will is an important legal document – a document that ensures that your assets are bequeathed to those persons or entities you wish to benefit from your estate. It is essential that everyone over the age of 18 years should have a Will. (Click on link below for full published Quay Law article)
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This article was written by Ian Mellett BComm LLB H Dip Tax who is a Barrister and Solicitor at Quay Law in Auckland. Quay Law provides services in Wills and Estate administration, Estate Planning, Trusts and Asset Protection, Relationship Property, as well as Conveyancing, Commercial, Immigration and other areas of law.