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Wills & Testaments

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Wills & testaments with Financial Wealth Capital

You worked your whole life to acquire your belongings. Make sure that your assets and personal possessions are inherited only by those you want to inherit them. Without a legally valid document setting this out, your estate won’t necessarily be bequeathed according to your wishes. Convey your desires for how your possessions should be distributed in the event of their death as well as the details regarding who is to manage the property until its final distribution by getting a free Will with FWC today. We offer you a selection of avenues where you can have your will drafted professionally at your convenience.


Frequently Asked Questions

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Who Cannot inherit under a Will?

A person or his/her spouse who writes a will or any part of a will on behalf of the testator; and a person or his/her spouse who signs the will on the testator’s instruction or as a witness are ineligible to inherit under a will.

Which mistakes can be rectified in a Will?

The court system has limited authority to correct errors in which the will as written does not reflect the true intentions of the maker. This only applies if the error was caused by a clerical error or a failure to understand the Testator’s instructions.

Who keeps the original copy of a will?

Most estate planning lawyers are responsible for keeping their clients’ original wills and other documents. This is done for two reasons. For starters, they are frequently better equipped to keep the originals safe and accessible when needed.

On what grounds a will can be challenged?

A will can be challenged in whole or in part on the reasonable grounds of fraud, coercion, undue influence, and suspicion.

What makes a will legally invalid?

It has not been properly signed. It’s been destroyed or tampered with. The person who wrote the will (known as the ‘testator’) was not of sound mind when they wrote it. The testifier was put under duress.