Drafting of Wills

Drafting a will might not be as simple as it seems. Executor Law – J. Bredenkamp Inc. has the legal know-how to help you avoid mistakes, reduce taxes, and maximise your family’s financial benefits. We advise you on selecting guardian’s and trustees.

Your final words
Who will you trust with the financial well-being of your loved ones, when you’re gone? You can depend on Executor Law – J. Bredenkamp Inc. for service that will not only meet, but exceed, your expectations. We will make sure you have all of the information you need to make the right decisions for your unique situation, but we’ll also make the experience as comfortable as possible, for you. In fact, if necessary, we will come to you in cases where loved ones are physically or emotionally not able to visit our offices.

To will, or not to will…
There are many things to consider when drafting a will. You need to consider your loved ones, as well as any special needs they may have. If you pass away without a will, it could lead to severe administrative, tax, financial and legal problems.

Every person 16 and older, who owns an asset and is mentally able to understand the results of his/her actions, should have a will. However, if you find yourself in one the following situations, we advise you draft a will as a matter of priority:

  • Getting married
  • Having kids
  • Starting a business
  • Buying a home
  • Health complications
  • Haven’t updated your will in 5 years, or more

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