The Good Will Guide from Catholic Children’s Society, UK

Written by
Carolina Herrera
Added
February 04, 2015

The Good Will Guide. 
This is very helpful information from the Catholic Children’s Society because it really does make a potentially very complex process quite simple. The asset and liability calculator is particularly useful. It should be read in conjunction with CCS’s guide to making a will (scroll to the bottom of the page), which covers the practicalities of will-making and includes a glossary of terms.

How to make or change a will.
This helpful leaflet includes a glossary of legal terms.

About the author: Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera

Carolina Herrera is SOFII's project manager

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