Do you have a will? If not, that’s the first mistake to remedy…
Listen to this week’s episode to find out the most common mistakes made when drawing up a will, and at least ONE of the reasons why it is SO important that you have one.
- [01.58] Reasons people are prompted to make a will.
- [03.20] Reasons people DON’T get wills.
- [07.54] The most common mistakes of a will
- Leaving money to a minor.
- There’s no fall back.
- No trust deed for the trust.
- [12.43] Signage, storage and notifications.
Related posts and episodes
- What you need to know about wills
- How you should structure your investments in a marriage
- What happens to your money when you die? With Coreen van der Merwe
- Getting control over your money with Laurie Bodisch
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“Doing a will is the most important thing you could ever do.” – Lisa Linfield
“Remember you can (and should) change your will every two years.” – Lisa Linfield
“An internet will, a bank will, an any will is better than no will. But, there is no reason anyone should die without a will” – Lisa Linfield
“You need to give the trust the rights of what the people can do.” – Lisa Linfield