Trusts and Estates Archives - Abrahams & Gross Attorneys
Thinking of setting up a Trust?

Thinking of setting up a Trust?

A well-planned trust can be a useful estate planning tool that protects your assets and wealth. Our Trusts and Estates team share some answers to frequently asked questions regarding the different types of trusts, and the main benefits and disadvantages to be aware...
Curatorship – what does it entail?

Curatorship – what does it entail?

There are various reasons why someone would need to be appointed to safeguard another’s affairs, ranging from financial, personal or otherwise. The most common are cases where a person is incapable of looking after their own affairs due to mental illness in most cases...
Is your Will valid?

Is your Will valid?

Two things in life are certain – death and taxes. When we die, we have one last chance to do what we want with our belongings (our Estate), but only if a valid Will is in place. Let’s look at the requirements of a valid Will and other related aspects like competency,...
My death, my decision: the Living Will

My death, my decision: the Living Will

What is a Living Will? A Living Will is a declaration which is signed during your lifetime when you are in a competent physical and mental condition. It ensures that, should there be no reasonable chance of your recovery and you do not wish to be kept alive by...