A will must be in writing and signed by the person executing the will (testator/testatrix).
It must also be signed by two witnesses who are present in the company of the testator/testatrix while they sign all sign the will.
If a will is not signed correctly, it may be declared invalid. Contact us now so that we can draft a proper and valid will for you.
If there is a Will but it is invalid, the deceased estate shall be dealt with in terms of the Intestate Succession Act.
This Act determines in which order persons inherit from a deceased person who dies without one.
It can have unfair consequences. That is why it is so important to have a valid Will.
We have many years’ experience in the drafting of wills and the winding up of deceased estates.
Nanika, the attorney of this firm, also holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Financial Planning which greatly compliments her legal knowledge and experience.
We can assist with estate planning and make sure that your wishes do not cause for you to pay high or any estate duty.