First of all, what is a Will?
A Will is a legal document distributing your assets (such as your car or your property or money in your bank account) to your named beneficiaries after your death.
Without a Will, your assets are distributed according to the laws of intestacy.
If you wish to direct how your assets should be distributed, you should have your will drafted. Additionally, a will is able to dictate who will be your child’s legal guardian in the event of the death of both parents.
Getting your will is as easy as 1, 2, 3. Follow the steps below to start the process in getting your draft will.
Click the button below to complete the form
Look out for an email indicating the amount to be paid
We hope to provide you with your draft will within 3 business days
If you die without a will, the laws of intestacy determines who will benefit from your estate
In the event of death of both parents, a will provides for the care of minor children
If you die due to negligence, for example, by virtue of a motor vehicle accident, then your executor in the will may be able to claim benefits quicker than if you died without a will