Estate Administration and Will Drafting
Death is a matter for the living, and even when you do die, your in-tray will not be empty. Unfortunately, many South Africans do not plan properly for their own passing away, and this creates legal problems for those who survive them.
All adult citizens should have a legally sound will drafted, since life is unpredictable. It is not only about stipulating what should happen with your assets and personal funds; it should also lay out details for what should happen to your remains.
While drafting a will is an essential part of planning ahead of death, estate management determines how your will is executed. Naming a trustworthy executor of your estate is crucial to ensuring that disputes and legal problems do not arise when you are no longer around to resolve them, and that your loved ones are well taken care of without unnecessary trauma prolonging the grieving process.
Malan & Mohale Attorneys can draft your will and manage your estate professionally and with dedication. Our team is understanding of the sensitive nature of the process of planning for death, and will develop the best possible plan with you. To set up a consultation or to find out more about what we offer, feel free to contact us.