>To be able to be put into effect and recognised by a court of law, the will-maker/testator must be mentally competent, and the will must be: 1. In writing (ie on paper), 2. Signed at the bottom by the testator (you), and 3. Witnessed by at least two people. The testator and the witnesses must …Read More
What Makes a Valid Will?
>Most of you must not have thought of the wisdom and practicality of making a will. Creating a will today will eventually be highly beneficial and advantageous especially when you have responsibilities to a spouse or dependent children. It will also lessen the misunderstandings that may occur between your heirs when you have vast properties …Read More
>As a general rule, each parent has the right to appoint a guardian or guardians to act after his or her death. Usually the appointment only operates if there is no surviving parent, although it is possible for a parent to appoint a guardian to act jointly with the surviving parent. Obviously a Court of …Read More