A professionally drafted Will is one of the most important documents that you can have.
After your death, your loved ones will have to start the process of dealing with your assets and the things you own. It is your instruction to your loved ones that explains what you wish to happen to your assets (house, property, money in the bank, savings or investments) and who should receive which asset or what amount of money from that which you have left behind.
It is important that your will is drafted professionally.
If it is unclear and confusing, it can cause unnecessary difficulties for your family. Confusing or unclear instructions can lead to challenges and legal action from people who may feel that they are not getting what they should. This may result in increased costs for your estate in terms of any potentially unnecessary legal fees, estate duty or income tax.