Preface to the fourth edition; 1. Why should you make a will?; 2. Can you make a will and how to do it; 3. What you can leave by your will?; 4. Matters to consider when contemplating making your will; 5. Inheritance tax in general; 6. Reducing your inheritance tax; 7. Clauses recommended to be included and clauses to be recommended to be excluded from your will; 8. Points on which you should take special care when drafting your will; 9. The international element of wills; 10. Revoking or amending your will; 11. General advice concerning wills and associated matters; Appendices, specimen forms and documents; Checklist for use after you have prepared your wil but before you sign it; Glossary; Useful Addresses; Index
Gordon Bowley practiced as a family solicitor for over thirty years. This is his third book aimed at helping lay-people reduce or avoid entirely the cost of consulting a solicitor.
'If you want to save a lot of money on solicitor's bills buy this book.' The Observer 'I bought this book recently and have found it extremely helpful ... Deserves a place on every family's bookshelf. Thoroughly recommended.' - A reader