You Will is a vitally important document that outlines your final wishes when you pass away.

When you draft your Will, you can nominate the executor of your choice for your estate. This is an important decision as the executor must be approved and appointed by the master of the high court. The executor is given full authority to administer your estate and act on your behalf.

It is important to appoint a professional, trustworthy & responsible executor as he / she will be legally responsible for handling your entire estate (money, property, possessions) and carrying out the instructions in your Will when you pass away.

Planning for the unexpected in the best way to ensure you protect your family and your legacy.

Life can be unexpected. Is your Will up to date?

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