Excerpt: Professional executor’s fees can seem off putting, but sometimes choosing a loved one to be your executor can cause more harm in the long term.
Posted on Feb 26, 2021Read more
Bags packed, padkos ready, petrol loaded. What about your will? We look at some simple ways to take care of this essential item before you head out for a holiday this festive season.
Posted on Dec 01, 2020
Nobody wants to have paid for a life insurance product only to have their family find out when it’s too late that it won’t be enough.
Posted on Oct 26, 2020Read more
By making the right choice of beneficiary in your will, you can save your loved ones huge sums of money when your estate gets wrapped up after you pass away.
Posted on Sep 27, 2020Read more
Owning property for shelter or as a means to generate income is a wonderful legacy to leave behind when you pass away. This is why protecting your intentions for that property with a will is so important.
Posted on Apr 01, 2020Read more
Stories about someone still dealing with a loved one’s estate years after they have passed away are common. But why does this happen? Here are some of the reasons for delays in finalising estates and what you can do to prevent them.
Posted on Mar 06, 2020Read more
A living will is a document you sign that confirms you don’t want any medical treatment that will keep you alive artificially when there is no reasonable prospect for your recovery. Essentially, signing one means that you won’t be left on life support indefinitely.
Posted on Jan 09, 2020
What really happens on the ground when winding up your late estate if you don’t have a will?
Posted on Jul 28, 2019Read more
If someone dies without a will in South Africa, his estate will be administered in terms of the Intestate Succession Act 81 of 1987. 'Intestate succession’ means that your property and money will be passed on according to the “states will”.
Posted on Jul 21, 2019Read more
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The website is so intuitive and extremely simple. I found myself wondering whether it was too simplistic! The website guides you through an easy, step-by-step process that you can complete in your own time, in the comfort of your home. It takes an overwhelming task, and breaks it down into easy-to-answer questions. The cost is nominal, the quality is extraordinary. You don’t need to make an appointment with a lawyer, yet your will is reviewed by a lawyer. The whole process was so streamlined, I really can’t fault it. I strongly recommend that you just take the first step. The rest is easy." - Tanya Hanekom
"A will is always the lowest item on most people's daily priority list, but SmartWill helps make it as easy and seamless as possible. With the ability to dip in and out of the website when you have time to complete the details. With constant but not overbearing email reminders, and good advice from real people when you need it, the overall adds up to an excellent service for the price. Thanks SmartWill I can sleep a little easier now!" - Charles Edwards
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