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Estate Planning is all about planning the assets and liabilities of a deceased person. It is a planning for a person for the properties owned and family members when he/she is no longer around.

During the old days, lawyer is the only way a person can deal with his Estate Planing. He/she needs to visits lawyer during normal working hours (which is often quite a hassle) and normally it takes few times of visits to get a Will written.

Ironwills is established to make Will Writing processes to be more convenient, affordable and hassle free. Professional Estate Planner has been acknowledged as a medium in Will Writing for people beyond working hours and home/office visits at client’s convenience.

Ironwills is professionally trained and specialize in Will Writing services (inclusive of safe-keeping the Will and Executing the Will).  The Wills written by Ironswills will be drafted and double-checked by our Associate Counterpart (leading Trust Corporation in Malaysia), which own one of the largest in-house legal departments in Malaysia.

Ironwills would like to serve you the best by visiting you at no charge at all to provide Will Writing services or advices.

Call 017 3656688 for more details

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What is a Will?

Will is legal document in written instruction, which made by you to pass your wealth to whom you choose to give, when to give upon your demised. It is a ‘declaration of intention’ of you that takes effect when you die. Will only has legal effect upon you demised. The greatness of a Will is, even if you pass away right now leaving a Legal Will, your loved ones will be taken care of. The long delay in transferring the assets due to administration and legal processes can be avoided by having a Legal Will.

A person can die in 3 ways:

With a Will – Died Testate

Without a Will – Died Intestate

With a Will but did not include all assetsPartial Intestacy (Wills made but did not include those assets which acquired or receive after written your Will).

A Will is not a contract, so it does not required to be stamped. Will is only stamped upon your demised and proven in court. That explains why Will has legal effect only after you died.

 

 

 

 

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