A Will is an essential and one of the simpler forms of estate planning tools. It is a legal declaration by a person of their wishes or intentions regarding the disposition of their property after death.
It goes without saying that creating a valid Will is very important and should be done at the earliest opportune time.
Once you create your Will, its provisions are not cast in stone. Your Will can be updated from time to time to incorporate any changes in circumstances or major life events.
The Law of Succession Act, Cap 160 provides for two forms of wills namely written wills and oral wills.
When establishing a family trust, one of the most fundamental decisions you will have to make is on who will serve as trustees of your Trust.