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With our Online Capture Form you don’t have to contact call centres or travel to meet specialists to get Last Will and Testament and Liquidity Analysis – complete our form in your own time and get professionally drafted Will ASAP!
  • Get a professionally drafted Will
  • Find out if your Will can be executed with a Liquidity Analysis
  • Get comprehensive Estate Planning with our professionals.
  • Understand how Momentum’s unique Estate Provider Benefit can address all of the issues of winding up your estate as well as get a discount on the executors fees. 
If you are one of the 90% of South Africans who either need a Will or need to update their Will you can sort this out in the next 15 minutes!
Our comprehensive, but quick, online process guide you through this process that will not only allow us to send you your personalised Will, but we will also perform a liquidity analysis (a crucial exercise that is often not done) to ensure that your Will can actually be implemented.

Completing your Will has never been easier, so now you are out of excuses not to do this! Complete our online capture form to start the process.


Ensure that your Will will be executable and what this involves with a Assets and Liabilities analysis.

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Use Momentums secure Will storage facilities and executors to administer your estate and distribute your assets in accordance with your Will.

Risks of not having a will

There are numerous risks, don’t fall prey to one of them

  1. Delays in dealing with your estate which could affect your family if they are relying on their inheritance for an income.
  2. Without a will, the beneficiaries of your estate will be determined according to the laws of intestate succession. This law determines the distribution of your assets to your closest blood relatives. Your assets may therefore be sold or split up against your wishes. Each family situation is different, and some of your assets could be given to someone in your family that you did not intent to benefit from your estate.
  3. If you live with someone but are not married to them, the law won’t necessarily recognise your “commonlaw spouse” as a beneficiary of your estate unless you have left a will naming them as a beneficiary.
  4. Without a will, you also cannot leave a specific item to a specific family member or friend.
  5. If you are divorced and pay maintenance to a former spouse or children from a previous marriage, your estate could face substantial claims unless you have provided for maintenance in a validly drafted and executed will.
  6. If you have minor children and die without a will, anything they are entitled to receive will be held in the Guardian’s Fund until they turn 18. This means that any assets are sold and the money is held in this fund.
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