4 April 1988, made before, and intestacy/children

Absence of express directions, expenses

Acquisition of shares under

Ademption

Alteration of disposition

Alterations

Ambulatory nature of

Annuities

Directions

Generally

Tax-free

Testator's intention

Applications for leave to swear to death

Approval by testator

Asset sales

Attestation clauses

Beneficiaries

Generally

Overseas estates

Types of

Blind/illiterate testators

Burden of tax

Estates partly exempt/partly chargeable

Incidence of tax

Capacity to make

Citation to propound

Claim against following grant of probate

Clerical errors in

Codicils

Commorientes circumstances

Companies as beneficiaries

Compromise, extension of power

Conditional

Confidentiality of

Conflict of laws

Construction

Construction of

Convention Providing Uniform Law on the Form of International Wills

Conversion, abolition of doctrine

Copies

Finding

Probate of

Court of Protection, will-making powers

Date of execution, evidence as to

Deeds of variation

Definition

Destruction of

Destruction, copy of will

Destruction, revocation by

Acts amounting to destruction

Generally

Partial

Disclaimer of estate distribution, partial

Disclosure and production, enforcement

By examination

Discretionary trust, appointment

Discretionary will trusts

Distribution from property settled by

Distribution of estate, variation by

Divorce

Documents incorporated in

Evidence as to

Generally

Donatio mortis causa

Due execution requirement –

Duplicate

Revocation

Torn or missing

Emotional statements (no legal force)

Examination

Generally

Executed outside England and Wales

Exempt transactions

Existence of, priority for grant

Failure of gifts

Finding following death

Forced heirship

Foreign property

Foreign wills

Brussels IV

Forced heirship

Guardianship of minors

Intestacy (consequences of)

Re-sealing of

Significance of

Formalities of

Gifts, different types of

Gifts, partial disclaimer under

Giving effect to instructions

Guardians, appointment

Hand-written

Inspection

Public right

Interlineations

International

Intestacy

Distribution of estate rules

Generally

Redemption of life interest in residue

Intestacy rules

Joint tenancies

Joint wills

Knowledge and approval

Language

Other than English or Welsh

Welsh

Law Society recommendations where professionally drawn

Legacy to debtor

Life policy proceeds

Making

Marriage, revocation by

Marriage, second or subsequent

Military –

Mirror

Mirror wills

Missing –

– see missing wills

Mutual

Mutual –

– see mutual wills

Mutual wills

Nil-rate band discretionary trusts, interaction with stamp duty land tax

No property undisposed of

Occupation rights

One valid will only

Personal applicatons accompanied by

Personal representatives

Practical trust issues

Property and

Property not disposable by

Property undisposed of by

Proved

Public access

Avoiding

Generally

Restriction

Public nature of, after death

Reconstruction, admission to probate

Rectification

Residuary gifts

Residue –

– see residue

Revocation –

Revocation of

Royal

Signature and attestation

Signature of testator

Simultaneous

Solicitor's lien over, lacking

Statutory rules

Survivorship

Survivorship clause

Survivorship clauses

Terms, condition and date of execution, evidence as to

Testamentary intent, where presumed

Testator's requests

Testator, signature required by

Torn

Codicil

Duplicate

Generally

Trusts

Distinction between personal representatives and trustees

Generally

Nature of

Vulnerable beneficiaries

Types of

Types of bequest

Validity

Validity of

Validity of –

Variation

By codicil

Generally

Welsh language

With pin or staple mark

Witnesses

Written requirement