WILL & TESTAMENT
"At the end of the day, what you do not wish to leave behind, is a mess"
LESS COSTLY TO HAVE A WILL THEN NOT HAVING ONE
The cost of writing a simple straightforward will may cost in the region of a few hundreds. The cost of not writing one and having your next of kin administer your estate may cost thousands of dollars
ANYBODY CAN WRITE A WILL
Yes, anyone can write a Will. However, besides the validity and contestability of the will, many prefer a legally trained professional to document and provide opinions, instead of just taking instructions to prepare a will
WHAT HAPPENS IF I DO NOT HAVE A WILL
Your assets will be distributed in accordance to the Interstate Succession Act, which may not be in line with your wishes
Besides not having a say on how the assets are distributed according to your wishes, if you die without a will, the whole process is lengthy and costly. Letters of Administrations and probate lawyers are two charges you will need to consider. A well written will which cost in the region of a few hundreds could have simplified the process. It can also lessen the burden left on your loved ones, who are already going through an emotional turmoil.
Through our preferred partner, we can provide you opinions tailored to your requirements. Besides a competitive pricing, you can be rest assured that your estate will be distributed in accordance to your wishes.
Note that we are not capable of providing legal advice. We are neither a law firm nor trained legal professions. We refer these cases to our preferred partnered lawyers for these services
LASTING POWER OF ATTORNEY
A Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) allows an individual, who is aged 21 years of age and above, to plan for the management of his affairs should he become mentally incapacitated. Note that the LPA only has effect when the person making the LPA (Donar) becomes mentally incapacitated. In the LPA, the donar appoints people to make decisions and act for him (known as the 'donees') if he loses his metal capacity.