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The short answer is, yes it’s possible to change your Will once it has been drawn up. In fact, it is highly advisable that you schedule regular maintenance reviews to ensure your will is always up to date.
Are you wondering if a Trust could help your family avoid probate after your death? A Revocable Living Trust is a legal document that can be used to accommodate the control of your property and financial assets.
Money issues tend to take on more significance as you enter retirement.
The European Commission has faced the challenge of being able to fund a number of policy areas where the EU could be more effective, by acting at EU level, in preparing its proposals for the future budget of the European Union. In its proposal, based on the Europe 2020 Growth Strategy, a new funding potential can be seen attempting to ease the direct impact of the national budgets with the creation of a new Multiannual Financial Framework (MFF).
If you’ve started creating an estate plan, then you probably know there’s more than one way to address all your concerns.
For some people, the idea of spending money on an estate planning attorney might seem like an unnecessary expense.
An estate planning attorney helps and guides you in choosing the correct options for maintaining your estate after death or in case of incapacity. An experienced attorney seeks to fully understand your desires and goals regarding the maintenance of your estate and other property and suggests ways to achieve those wishes.
The European Patent Convention (EPC) of 1973 is a regional treaty that grants applicants the possibility of obtaining a series of national patents in contracting states to the EPC by filing an application to this effect at the European Patent Office (EPO).
Legal Notice 429 of 2010 introduced the ‘Exemption on Royalties derived from Patents Rules’ (the Rules) issued (as subsidiary legislation) under the Malta Income Tax Act (Chapter 123 of the laws of Malta).
When it comes to selecting a successor trustee, the common choice is a spouse, a family member, or a close friend. And for most trusts, this is the most rational choice – you’re looking for someone who is close to you, who knows your beneficiaries, and is loyal, trustworthy, and capable of managing your trust assets.