There is much confusion and misconception about wills.
Not having a will means that you will die intestate. Your assets will still be distributed to eligible beneficiaries, but only according to a predetermined statutory formula.
Even when people take out wills, many people who think they have provided for beneficiaries in the way they intended are unaware of the pitfalls that can arise if a will is not prepared correctly.
We work with you to provide a will that covers even the most unlikely scenarios. That way, you are ensured the final say on how and to whom your estate is distributed.
Estate planning involves the organisation of a person’s legal and financial affairs so that your assets are distributed to your intended beneficiaries in an orderly and tax-effective manner.
A properly constructed estate plan involves the integration of all your legal and financial matters.