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Financial Planning

Where there’s a will, there could be a better way

By Sam Barrett , 19 November 2014

The law on who inherits when you die changed on 1 October, meaning that even those with existing wills ought to rethink the way they are drafted

Where there’s a will, there could be a better way

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