The current uncertain environment highlights the importance of being prepared for the unexpected.
In many aspects of life, we have very little control over what happens – such as illness (not only Covid-19 but also cancer, a stroke, a heart attack), divorce, or death. That is why it is important to have the proper plans in place to ensure that your wealth is structured optimally during your lifetime and after your death so that the right people benefit from your wealth, whatever happens. That is one of the key purposes of estate planning.
We have put together a guide to help you understand what estate planning involves.
To give you a better understanding of what to expect from the estate planning process, we have put together a guide that sets out the basics of estate planning: what it involves, why it’s important, and practical tips to help your loved ones know what to do and expect if something happens to you.
If you have an immediate need for a will or need to update your existing will, we have solutions.
Having a valid, up-to-date will ensure that your wishes are clear and that the right people will benefit from your wealth, preventing unnecessary financial hardship and emotional stress for your loved ones. If you pass away without a valid will, your wishes may be ignored and there could be serious delays in the administration of your estate. It is important to know that the Master only accepts hard copies of the original will, signed by you and two witnesses.
We have specialist estate planning expertise to help you put the necessary in place.
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