Accomplishing your unfulfilled wishes towards your loved ones
Estate Planning is about making the effective arrangements as to how you want your assets to be distributed to the intended beneficiary when you are no longer around.
The fastest & easiest way to unlock the frozen assets of your estate is through Will Writing.
Your estate will be distributed to the lawful beneficiaries according to the Distribution Act 1958 (amended in 1997).With a will
You may choose your beneficiary rather than the law decide for you.
There is no provision under the law for partner, step children, illegitimate children, aged relatives or others. They might fall into difficulties without your support.With a will
Whoever depends on you is financially protected.
The High Court decides for your administrator. It might not be your choice.With a will
You have the rights to appoint people of your choice to execute your estates and to carry out your wishes.
The High Court decides for you the guardian of your children. It might not be your choice.With a will
You may appoint guardian of your choice for your infant children, in order for their basic living and education.
2 sureties (guarantor) required to provide security for the due administration of the estate. The suresites asset shall be equivalent or higher than the gross estate.With a will
No sureties (guarantor) are required for application of Grant of Probate.
Higher cost is incurred to apply Letter of AdministrationWith a will
It cost lesser in terms of legal fees to apply for Grant of Probate.
The legal process could take years to apply for Letter of Admistration. Assets could have shrunk in value.With a will
The legal process is just a few months to obtain Grant of Probate, in order to unfreeze the frozen asset.
Your family could be facing serious financial difficulties.With a will
Your loved ones are financially protected.
|Beneficiaries of your will|
|Executor of your will|
|Your assets (both movable & immovable assets)|
|Guardianship of your children|
|Funding for guardianship|
|Payment method for beneficiary (either lump sum or periodically)|
Contact us now for free consultation, for the sake of your family.