A valid and regularly updated will & testament is essential if you want to protect your interests and those of your heirs.
If you own a life insurance policy, remember to stipulate the beneficiaries of the policy in your Will and on your policy. If your policy does not have any beneficiaries your life insurance pay-out will be paid into your estate, leaving your dependants without income for the time it takes to wrap up your affairs.
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This document is intended to provide a guideline for common and standard situations. Each person's situation is, however, unique. Your Will should be carefully prepared by professional or qualified persons to take into account several eventualities and to ensure compliance with relevant South African law. If you feel that your particular needs require more specificity than provided within this standard document, you should consult an attorney in your area. Statements or other content in this document must not be construed as advice from us to be acted on.
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