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When should you update your Will?

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When Should You Update Your Will?

Your Last Will and Testament is a crucial legal document that outlines your wishes regarding the distribution of your assets and the care of your dependents after your passing. ...


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Is My Customary Marriage Voidable? A Case Study Of The Kaitany Vs. Linturi Divorce Case

A customary marriage is one that is conducted in accordance with the customs of communities of either both or one of the parties to the marriage. ...


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Intestate Succession In Polygamous Settings In Kenya

Polygamy, best described as the practice of a man having more than one wife at a time has long been practiced in Kenya, especially under customary and Islamic marriage settings. The Marriage Act 2014 ...

ASSET PROTECTION: THE ROLE OF TRUSTS IN PROTECTING BANKRUPT BENEFICIARIES  An Analysis of the UK Case of Smith v Michelmores Trust Corporation [2021]

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Asset Protection: The Role Of Trusts In Protecting Bankrupt Beneficiaries An Analysis Of The Uk Case Of Smith V Michelmores Trust Corporation [2021]

Family trusts have globally been recognised as the ideal succession tool for families seeking to preserve and devolve wealth to subsequent generations, but did you know they are also an excellent asse...

Building Bright Futures: Exploring Grandchildren Education Trusts

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Building Bright Futures: Exploring Grandchildren Education Trusts

With the cost of school fees increasing at an equal if not higher rate than inflation, many grandparents seek to lend a supportive hand in financing their grandchildren’s education, driven not only ...

Navigating Estate Disputes in Succession

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Navigating Estate Disputes In Succession

The ideal outcome in succession matters, whether the deceased died testate (with a will) or intestate (without a will), is for the family to peacefully take care of the liabilities and thereafter dist...

Pre-Nuptial Agreements in Kenya

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Pre-nuptial Agreements In Kenya

The intention of most people getting into a marriage is that only death will do them part. Unfortunately, we live in a broken world and divorce for various reasons occurs bringing to an end these well...

Modern-Day Family Trusts: Why it is Important to Review Your Trust Deed

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Modern-day Family Trusts: Why It Is Important To Review Your Trust Deed

For a long time, the use of trusts as an estate planning tool was deemed “innovative lawyering”. This was largely due to the absence of concrete statute provisions on the standing of family trusts...

A Big Win for Family Trusts- A synopsis of the Changes introduced by Perpetuities and Accumulations (Amendment) Act No. 10 of 2022

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A Big Win For Family Trusts- A Synopsis Of The Changes Introduced By Perpetuities And Accumulations (amendment) Act No. 10 Of 2022

The rule against perpetuities and the rule against excessive accumulations as provided in the Perpetuities and Accumulations Act are two different but related legal principles that are mostly used in ...

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