Not legally married?
Should you die intestate your spouse will not inherit!
Do you have a maintenance order for a child?
Should you die intestate an order of court will supersede any surviving spouse or bread winner’s claim against your estate, leaving your spouse and other children ‘slim pickings’ and maybe nothing at all.
Do you have minor children?
Should you die intestate your estate will go into a state administered fund and your children will have to learn to live on what the state believes is adequate for them regardless of how much money is in your estate.
Do you have a suitable will in place?
If you do, have you revised it in the last year as things change!
If you don’t have a will then consider the hardship that you leave behind as a lasting legacy to your family!
A will is a formal, legal document that conveys your intentions in the event of your death. Your will is the last gift you will give to your loved ones. It should be carefully drafted by a skilled practitioner to alleviate certain standard anomalies. Ensuring your employees have a suitable will good enough to provide for their dependents is a guilt free way to say good bye to a trusted colleague.
Allow Moni Attorneys to draft your employees’ wills, and show good corporate responsibility for your human capital. By establishing a family’s needs and a testator’s intentions, a draft document will be put together to ensure that your employees leave a lasting legacy not an administrative nightmare for their spouse and/or their children. For R1800 we will consult, obtain instructions and draft the requisite will to give you and your employees’ peace of mind.
Contact Natasha on the above details
"It is not advisable to die intestate, don’t leave it too late"
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