Your will should ensure you elect your beneficiaries


What about that particular family memento that has been handed down the family for generations?

And then there is the item of furniture you promised to your son? And what about your particular items of jewellery that you pledged to your daughters? Without clear direction, families can split apart on the death of a loved one because of disagreements and arguments over who was promised what. Unfortunately and all too often this is over some inconsequential item that suddenly becomes of major importance! Your Will should clearly detail who is to receive what, in what proportions and when. Failure to execute a Will often causes confusion, added cost, time delays, disagreements and ultimately often an outcome that was not intended or desired. In most cases a properly executed Will, reviewed periodically along with your Trust will allow for the smooth implementation of your wishes after death.

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