A will is a vital legal document drafted to facilitate the smooth and efficient winding up of an estate. In the event of your death,  death your Will formally expresses your wishes regarding, first and foremost the maintenance and care of your minor children and other dependents, and also the distribution of your assets and liabilities – sparing your loved ones a great deal of unnecessary additional grief, financial difficulty and possible legal expenses.

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A joint will is a document where the wishes of both spouses are set out in one document, and usually has the effect of transferring the estate of one spouse to the other on the death of that spouse. Such will is to be considered as the will of both the first dying and the will of the survivor.  After the death of the second spouse, the property is disposed of as specified in the document, and after the survivor dies, the property is distributed to each of their heirs according to the joint will.

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