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|Description:||xx, 326 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm.|
|Contents:||Introduction. Part 1: Planning Your Will. Chapter 1: Preparing for the Inevitable. Chapter 2: Recognising the Benefits of Making a Will. Chapter 3: Totting Up the Value of your estate. Chapter 4: Deciding Who Gets What. Chapter 5: Leaving Your Home In a Will. Part II: Writing Your Will. Chapter 6: Choosing the Right People to Follow Your Wishes. Chapter 7: Getting it in Writing: Drawing Up Your Will. Chapter 8: Fine--Tuning Your Will. Chapter 9: Ringing the changes: When and How to Change a Will. Chapter 10: Making Clear Your Funeral Wishes. Part III: Managing Probate. Chapter 11: What to Do When Someone Dies. Chapter 12: Pro--What? The Basics of the Probate Process. Chapter 13: Dealing with the Estate: First Steps. Chapter 14: Distributing the Estate. Part IV: Taxing Times: Inheritance Planning. Chapter 15: Introducing Inheritance Tax. Chapter 16: Simple Steps to Reduce Inheritance Tax. Chapter 17: Rolling Out the Big Guns: Understanding Trusts. Chapter 18: Using Trusts to Help Your Family. Chapter 19: Taking Care of Business: Inheritance Tax and Your Company ... Part V: The Part of Tens. Chapter 20: Ten Items to Keep with Your Will. Chapter 21: Ten Problem Wills. Chapter 22: Ten Tips for Getting Your Estate into Tax Saving Shape. Index.|
|Series Title:||--For dummies.|
|Responsibility:||by Julian Knight.|
..".covers all aspects of writing a will and keeping it up to date. It also discusses the confirmation process - the Scottish equivalent of a probate, the task of administering someone's will - and