Testamentary freedom

Testamentary freedom is the right of a person to make a will that disposes of their property as they wish. This right is protected by law in many countries, and is usually subject to certain restrictions. For example, a person may not be able to disinherit their spouse or children, or may be required to provide for them in some way.

What is testamentary freedom in England and Wales?

Testamentary freedom in England and Wales is the right of an individual to dispose of their property as they wish upon their death. This includes the right to make a will, to appoint executors, and to choose who will receive their property. The law of England and Wales also allows individuals to make gifts during their lifetime, and to make changes to their will at any time.

Author: Linda Turner

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