Will

  • As we are not a law firm, we cannot provide legal advice. But a qualified attorney from one of our partner law firms will be able to answer your questions regarding legal advice or estate planning
  • If you die without a Will, the law decides how your estate will be distributed. Although some property will automatically be passed to a spouse or children, exact distribution depends on the value of the property and the terms of title deeds and it can be protracted in the absence of a Will. A Will is the only way to ensure that your wishes will be carried out.
  • A Will allows you to decide who will oversee and manage distribution of your estate. Designating a trustworthy and impartial Executor/Trustee provides peace of mind that the terms of your Will will be honored