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101 Will Guide For Singapore For Families

Planning For The Future

101 Will Guide For Singapore There are many Lawyers in Singapore that can help you make a Will. Hiring a lawyer is certainly recommended for this process. Though some people find Wills unsettling, making one can be an important part of the happiest occasions in life. You can make or update a Will at any time, ensuring your family is well looked after. We have put together some useful information on how to get started and which companies can help you to get started.

THE LAW SOCIETY

The Law Society will provide important information of the following for you before you start planning your Will. What is a Will, is a lawyer necessary, what you can include in a Will, witnesses for your Will, how to change your Will, reviewing your Will, making known your Will, administering your estate, not making a Will and the cost of it all. They provide extremely useful information as you start to plan.

THE LAW SOCIETY, www.lawsociety.org.sg/forPublic/YoutheLaw/MakingaWill.aspx

 

SIMPLY WILLS

They provide professional Will writing services. They follow all the legal requirements in writing Wills strictly. Offering prompt and professional will writing, safe keeping, and probate assistance is made accessible and affordable. They have packages to suit your family’s needs.

SIMPLY WILLS, www.simplywills.com.sg

 

HSBC

A Will gives you peace of mind, knowing that if the worst should happen unexpectedly, your wishes will be carried out. You can provide for your loved ones and give people the special gifts they’ll value. You should consider updating your will whenever your circumstances change, and you should review your will from time to time to make sure the contents are up to date and reflect your wishes.

HSBC, www.hsbc.com.sg

 

ELDER LAW

Making a Will means you are leaving clear instructions on how your assets are to be shared and distributed upon death. If you do not have a Will, the State will decide the distribution of your assets according to the Law. You don’t get to decide, the Law decides for you. Elder Law will help you put together this very important family document which will safeguard your family’s future.

ELDER LAW, http://elderlaw.com.sg/index.html

 

NTUC

NTUC Income has negotiated special rates for both simple and mutual wills with their service providers. Customers can request for the service providers to include additional information based on their needs. However, additional fees may apply depending on the complexity of the request. Preparing your will enables you to; distribute your assets according to your wishes and avoid potential disputes among family members; decide on suitable person(s) to administer your estate and authorize them as required; appoint guardian(s) for your young children; make funeral arrangements, and save time and legal costs. There are two different types of Wills, Simple and Mutual. NTUC will guide you through each one and help you decide which is best for you and your family.

NTUC, www.income.com.sg/value-added-services/referral-services/will-writing-services

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