>Without a will, the legal procedures are more complicated and time-consuming and may cause additional expense, worry and hardship to your family and loved ones. The law provides a formula which sets out who is entitled to the property of a deceased person who has not left a will. The formula may not distribute your …Read More
What happens if I do not make a will?
>Writing your own will makes sense. Writing your own will makes a positive statement about your intentions and assures all family members and friends that your wishes are clearly stated and sets a chart for accomplishing your wishes. Creating a will with the help of Legal Will’s online creation service gives everyone peace of mind. …Read More
> In addition to making a Will, we recommend that, if you have children, you draw up a Children’s Charter to ensure that instructions are in place on how you wish your children to be taken care of. This document is simply a written record prepared by you as a sole parent or as a …Read More