Shaping inheritance law requires planning for the occurrence of improbable events. The classic is that it is not remembered that if you die yourself, not everyone who was included in your will is still alive.
But you shouldn't think that after your death you can foresee all the variants and deeply interfere with the heirs' freedom of design. Apparently well thought-out wills often only survive a few days.
Here we can use our experience from the inheritance law disputes, what "holds" and what does not hold. What makes sense, what is necessary and what should be left out.
In addition to advising, we represent those who have become heirs, those who want to be heirs and those who would rather not be.