Estate Planning Guide

Jun 2, 2019

A Will is a legal document that is prepared by you during your lifetime which takes effect upon your death. It directs the manner in which your various assets and possessions are to be distributed upon death. Simply put, the function of a Will is twofold. Firstly, it appoints an executor/executrix (now also known as an Estate Trustee) to attend to the various matters in connection with the administration of the estate, and secondly, it specifies to whom the assets of the deceased are to be distributed.

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