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Brighouse's Precedents of Wills
Brighouse's Precedents of Wills
14th Edition
Practice Area:  Wills & Probate
ISBN:  9781847032249
Published by:  Sweet & Maxwell
Publication Date:  30 Oct 2007
Subscription Information:  Non-Subscribable Product
Format:  Hardback, CD-ROM
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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION
With all the precedents and practical advice you need to help you construct clear and accurate wills, Brighouse’s Precedents of Wills:
  • Provides precedents that can be easily adapted to suit various situations
  • Covers wills not easily found elsewhere
  • Enables you to build up a will clause-by-clause, using the precedents in the book and accompanying CD-ROM
  • Examines the powers of trustees and how they affect different types of wills, to enable you to take this into account in the wills that you draft
  • Includes a section on trusts, and reflects developments to the pre-owned assets regime, stamp duty land tax and other changes resulting from the trust modernisation project
  • Covers new legislation, including the Civil Partnership Act 2004, the Mental Capacity Act 2005 and the Finance Act 2006
  • Covers codicils and deeds of variation, so you can be clear on how special circumstances apply
  • Provides a Will Questionnaire so that you can easily find out all the relevant information from a client
CONTENTS
  • Common form clauses
  • Trustees' powers
  • Trustees' powers collected
  • Trusts
  • General wills
  • Wills of businessmen
  • Codicils
  • Disclaimers and deeds of variation
  • Living wills
Appendices
  • Will instructions/questionnaire
  • Step standard provisions
  • Commentary on step standard provisions
  • How to use the CD
 
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