A Will is a document written by a living person stating his/her wishes to be executed after his/her death. You can simply write the will on a piece of paper, listing all your beneficiaries, assets and how you want them distributed. However, even a simple will can have hidden complexities and the inherent ambiguity may lead to legal battles, disputes and long-lasting bitterness among families.
There couldn’t be a more suitable time, what with the surrounding uncertainty and gloom, to not just write your will but also clear any doubts you have had on the same. Here are 5 questions you need to know the answers to or those that commonly trouble the minds of those planning their estates and creating wills.
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