As a mother, you want to ensure that your children are taken care of in the event that something happens to you or your partner. Part of that care should
It’s a scenario you might have heard about from friends or neighbours. You might have even experienced it yourself. In a Will the deceased appoints an “Executor” to be in charge of his Estate and sets out the beneficiaries who will receive gifts.
Let’s face it, even basic estate planning can be emotionally draining. But what happens when you have to deal with some of the more uncomfortable aspects associated with this activity? The more prepared you are up front, the better equipped you’ll be to handle them when they arise.
No will, no problem right? What’s the worst that could happen? A lot actually.
These days, this is a familiar problem.