Last Will

why make a will ?

It is the only way to make sure that you are assets may be disposed of according to your wishes.

you will want to provide fairly adequately for your wife and family or other dependents. A carefully drawn will make sure that there is no delay in setting your state among beneficiaries. Without a will, there will be no record of your wishes regarding the disposal of your assets and your estate is divided in accordance with the law and not as you wish it to be dispensed of.

even at present you have little in the way of assets, circumstances make change we must all face day today accident risks. you could inherit your husband’s assets at any time, and may yourself die before a new will can be made. For this reason, it is just as necessary for you to make a bill as for your husband to do so.

you may wish to benefit a number of different people or charities outside your own next of kin. A will is the only way to ensure your wishes are carried if you do not make a wheel and have no never let you send strict proofs of the relationship of or entitled to share in your state may be difficult and expensive even impossible to obtain in which case your state could pass to the state.

What should your will include?

You have complete freedom of testation i.e: You can legally bequeath your assets according to your wishes. Apart from this, you must appoint an Executor who will be responsible for seeing that your wishes are carried out and that your estate is properly distributed.

If you so desire your will could include the following key features: