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What should I put in my Wills

To create the perfect will and avoid confusion and potential disputes, the testator should include the following information in their writing:

Obliged information:

  • Details of heirs, beneficiaries and relevant properties distributed to them
  • Details of executor

Optional but recommended information:

  • Details of funeral arrangements, wishes and desires of the testators
  • Explanation of the reason why someone will not receive anything which they might suppose to inherit after your death.

It is always suggested that you cover every single detail of your wish and have recourse to expert advice from will lawyers to make sure that no important considerations missing.

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