Legal & General

Welcome to the YourLifeChoices Legal page. Our Power of Attorney information provides you with relevant knowledge to make the decision if it is for you, while our Wills page gives you all the information you need to decide what you want to do when you leave it all behind.

Pros and cons of being a guarantor

signing a loan as guarantor

Pros and cons of being a guarantor

Legal expert Rod Cunich outlines the pros and cons of being a guarantor.

Top Stories

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  1. Who will be my executor?
  1. Discussing money matters
  1. Surviving a divorce financially
  1. Spring clean your finances

Blocking inheritance of family home

Woman seeks financial estate planning advice to disinherit someone

Blocking inheritance of family home

Legal expert Rod Cunich offers this general advice to Kerry’s inheritance question.

Is one executor of a will enough?

Rod Cunich explains estate planning

Is one executor of a will enough?

Rod Cunich answers your questions and simplifies the intricacies of estate planning.

Threats of disinheritance

older man threatens to write his son out of his will

Threats of disinheritance

Legal expert Rod Cunich helps Rob deal with threats of disinheritance.

Parents won’t have an EPOA

Mature daughter speaking to her elderly mother about power of attorney

Parents won’t have an EPOA

What can Jane do about her parents’ refusal to have the correct legal paperwork?

Should she be a beneficiary?

Mature couple looking over wills

Should she be a beneficiary?

Paul wants to know if his second wife should be the beneficiary.

Is it time to review your will?

Senior man writing his will

Is it time to review your will?

Jack made his will several years ago and thinks it may be in need of ...

Are online wills legally binding?

Are online wills legally binding?

Are online wills legally binding?

Online wills are a more affordable option, but are they legally binding?

Tips for choosing a financial planner

Financial planner and senior woman discussing retirement finances

Tips for choosing a financial planner

Choosing someone to be responsible for your financial plan is a big decision.

Surviving a separation

Separation husband and wife hands with documents

Surviving a separation

These 10 steps may give you the best chance of surviving separation.

Is a trust right for you?

Trusts: would you benefit from one?

Is a trust right for you?

Legal expert Rod Cunich explains how trusts work and who should use one.

Can your will be challenged?

How easy is it to challenge a last will and testament

Can your will be challenged?

We often read sensational stories about wills being challenged.

The right time to write a will

Hand signing a last will and testament form

The right time to write a will

Writing a will never features highly on to-do lists but this could be a mistake.

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