Can I write a Will for my parents?

By Paige Webbstock, Staff Writer.

 

In short, the answer is that you cannot write a Will for any relations. If you did so, the will would most likely be invalidated. The essence of a Will is that it reflects the 'will' of the person for whom it is being made for. Therefore, if you wrote the Will, it's likely that it does not fully reflect the wishes if your parents. They may feel pressured to make a will to make you happy. You could be subject to litigation over the inheritance down the line if this was proved to have taken place. 

 


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