Making Your Will
When a person dies without leaving a Will, there is a chance of turmoil and conflict erupting among the deceased’s loved ones. The family’s grief is often made worse by disagreements among the heirs over the division of the estate. A properly drawn Will should simplify the administration of a deceased’s estate.
Many people avoid making a Will because they are unwilling to face the question of death.
A Will is simply a legal document which sets forth clearly and legally the manner in which you want your property to be distributed following your death.