Simple Single Will
Here is a simple single Will and a simple mutual Will (by husband and wife together). You may use it (at own risk), but we recommend that you rather obtain professional advice.
Please bear in mind that the person who signs the Will (the Testator) must sign in the presence of two witnesses (older than 14 years) and the witness should not be a nominated beneficiary or executor in terms of the Will.
We recommend that your Will be drafted in the context of the broader scope of your overall financial planning. It should not be done haphazardly. Proper planning to ensure that there is sufficient liquidity is vital, as “wills don’t pay bills”. Proper planning may also result in minimising estate duty.
There are many other options that may be utilised in a Will, e.g.
Once again, we urge you to consult an attorney who can advise you on all these options and assist you in the planning and drafting of your Will.