Writing a will was traditionally considered an expensive and time-consuming exercise which involved hours spent talking to a solicitor and racking up legal fees. Now, with the advent of the internet and the popularity of DIY-everything, will preparation has been taken down a new – much quicker and much cheaper – path. A quick Google…

The executor of a will is the person appointed by the deceased to administer their estate. This must be done in accordance with the terms of the deceased’s will. Some people appoint a solicitor as their executor; however it is also common to appoint a loved one, close friend or trusted advisor. It is not…