Tax and Legislation

The emotional and financial cost of a poorly-drafted will

by Amanda Visser

It's vital to stick to the formalities when executing your will.

Your will expresses your final wishes about the distribution of your assets when you die. Given its importance it is astounding that the process of drafting a will is not taken more seriously, ideally with the assistance of someone experienced in will drafting. The need to ensure that emotions are kept in check and that all formalities are adhered to is critical.

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