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When you die and left behind a Will, you are died testate.

The executor named in the Will shall apply to High Court for Grant of Probate.

  • In the Will, you decide whom, how and when to give.

  • To ensure the future of your family members is protected

  • Minimize the red tape delays

  • Right to appoint entrusted Executor to manage and distribute your assets

  • Right to appoint guardian to your minor children who will look after their welfare

  • Right to appoint Trustee and creating a Testamentary Trust

  • Faster distribution of Estate

  • Administration Bond is not required (no guarantor).

 

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