Statutory Wills: Did you know that a will may not be final?
Does a loved one of yours lack testamentary capacity? Don’t know where to turn during this difficult situation?
iMoney Wealth Management can help with this complex and time-consuming process by offering expert advice on drawing up a Statutory Will. We have served clients just like you who needed assistance in drawing up a Statutory Will.
Even if you have made a will a court can authorize a Statutory Will in the event that you or a loved one suffered an injury as a result of an accident or health condition.
Some examples of these circumstances may include:
- A person who is incapable of drawing up a new will may face new circumstances as the result of an accident or mental infirmity.
- A child has assets which they cannot make decisions about due to a serious injury.
When this happens the person is incapable of making a Will on their own.
When these circumstances arise medical evidence will be required to prove that a person cannot make decisions about their affairs on their own. This medical evidence is usually put forth by a trained specialist including the following:
- Consultant physician
- The patient’s treating general practitioner
- Clinical psychologist
In some cases the court will order a Statutory Will. The court ordered will can be used to prevent litigation from members of the family,
Statutory Wills are a complex issue and our trained will specialist can help you get the latest information on Statutory Wills. Get started now by booking online
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