Category Archives: Will

DO YOUR LOVED ONES KNOW WHERE YOUR WILL IS?

This is such an important question to ask, as most people that have drafted a will believe that having drawn up a will is enough. Unfortunately, this is not the case and it is critical that you and your loved … Continue reading

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CREATING A WILL: A FEW THINGS TO CONSIDER

Talking about a last will and testament sometimes feels like giving health or dental advice. People listen to your advice and suggestions with the kind of guilty unease of someone who is listening to the dentist talk about the necessity … Continue reading

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HOW YOUR MARITAL REGIME AFFECTS YOUR ABILITY TO BEQUEATH YOUR ESTATE

Limitations on freedom of testation can vary. South African law values people’s ability to bequeath their belongings in a will as they see fit, but marital and other relationship regimes could limit a testator’s ability to freely pass on wealth. … Continue reading

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HOW (NOT) TO DRAFT A WILL

JOHANNESBURG – It might be easy to argue that a will is an unnecessary document, especially if it won’t make any difference to the distribution of the assets in the estate. But beware. The argument is flawed for two reasons. … Continue reading

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YOUR WILL – AN IMPORTANT DOCUMENT

Life is unpredictable, therefore we advise our clients to lose no time in drawing up their will and planning their estate. Below are important reasons why this should be one of your top priorities. Q: Why should I have a … Continue reading

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