CAN I WRITE MY OWN WILL OR DO A ‘Do-It-Yourself’ WILL?

CAN I WRITE MY OWN WILL OR DO A ‘Do-It-Yourself’ WILL?

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Well, you can, it is not against the law. The problem is the person must be familiar about the laws to enable him/her to write a 100% Valid will which will not be subject to contest in court. You might omit certain clauses like No residual clause, no appointment of guardian for minor children, etc .

A well written will is able to overcome delay, problems, frustrations, anger, hardships to the family and loved ones when the person passed on.

Call me for a free consultation at your convenience @ 011-33-454-822, even though if it is a small accumulated assets, may it be money or a unmovable property. It will be the most wise and right decision you are going to make. No obligation, we are here to extend our knowledge and depart the vital information to you.

Quote From A Badly Written Last Will.

“I leave everything to my wife and on her death it is to be shared between my children”.

An absolute disaster! The husband wanted to leave everything to his wife, who would then, on her death, leave it to their children. This statement means that his estate by-passed  his wife in favor of his children. His wife is left  merely holding his estate in trust for the children. 

This is one of the reasons why lawyers spend more time, and make more money, sorting out disputes in badly drafted Do It Yourself  Wills.

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