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Protect and transfer your generational wealth, even after you are gone
Leave your beneficiaries a stable financial future with a plan that covers cash shortfalls in your estate and provides for a valid, signed, and retrievable will.
Covers the costs of winding up an estate and provides liquidity when it’s needed most.
Up to R10 million is paid out to the executor of the estate to cover estate shortfalls.
Up to R50 000 is paid out within 48 hours to your nominated beneficiary for immediate expenses.
Paid to your nominated beneficiary monthly for 6 months, to assist with income while the estate is finalised.
Draft a valid, signed, retrievable online will suited to your specific needs; accessible 24/7.
Complete your will within 7 days and enjoy a discount on applicable executor fees.
The estate plan portion is available as additional life cover for the often-overlooked costs of winding up an estate and to provide liquidity to your beneficiaries and the executor when needed most.
We first help you draft a valid, signed, and retrievable online will. Our Wills and Estate Plan calculator determines the shortfalls in your estate and your financial adviser, together with our fiduciary experts advises on solutions, which results in your tailored 1Life Wills and Estate Plan.
Most people don’t make sufficient provision for costs associated with the winding up of their estate, leaving their beneficiaries with a cashflow shortage. The 1Life Wills and Estate Plan is an additional life cover that caters to often overlooked expenses associated with the finalisation of an estate.
The cover is designed specifically to address an estate shortfall and provide liquidity in the estate. It serves to protect beneficiaries of the estate from unforeseen costs and assists in settling professional fees charged during the administration process of the estate, whilst the estate is still being wrapped up and includes a monthly income for six months to assist with any immediate cash shortfall. The plan also incorporates our 1Life Will, a will drafting service that is included free of charge.
Illustration of the average cost of finalising an estate
Estate planning and having a will is for everyone. If you have any assets that would need to go to a beneficiary upon your passing, then you need a will.
Yes, it can be done but it is not recommended. As the will is revoked upon the demise of the first spouse. As a result, the joint will is then no longer valid - the remaining spouse will die Intestate