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Drafting / Updating your Last Will and Testament

The COVID-19 pandemic has given many people time to reflect and realise the importance of having an official and up to date Last Will and Testament in place.

Should you pass away without leaving a valid will, your assets will be distributed in terms of the laws governing intestate succession. You will not be able to choose whom inherits specific assets and the Master / Executor will have full discretion to distribute your estate in accordance with governing laws.

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Things to consider when updating your Will:

  1. Your current health risk profile / state of health
  2. Current marriage / life partner
  3. Have you recently been divorced?
  4. Birth or adoption of a child
  5. Death in the family / heirs
  6. Changes in financial / personal circumstances
  7. Your appointed Executor, Trustees or Guardians

Bailey Haynes Inc. Attorneys Cape Town

Our law firm is working remotely during lockdown and our attorneys are standing by to assist you with the drafting a comprehensive last will and testament.

During this time, we are running a limited time / special discounted offer on our will drafting services.

Feel free to contact us for assistance or if you require any further information regarding your Last Will and Testament or Living Will.


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