When we store Wills clients often ask “who can get access to my Will once I die?” The answer is there is no single category of people who can access your Will once you have passed away. However we always remind clients the people who are your executor/s will always be granted access. The reason […]
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For people who buy or sell property in South Africa, having the documents for their transaction notarised in a common requirement. Generally this includes various documents ranging from transfers, declarations and the power of attorney. If these documents are signed in Australia then they must be notarised before they can be used in South Africa. […]
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Other considerations – Power of Attorney & Enduring Guardianship You might have already considered making a will; or maybe you have already made one- but is having a will sufficient preparation for all the unpredictable twist and turns your future holds? Well, the answer is – it depends. It depends on your health, it depends … Continue reading “Is Having A Will Enough?”