Without a Will you abandon the right to determine who will inherit your assets, and in what proportion - leaving your Estate instead to be dealt with in terms of the Administration Act which may be detrimental to the interests of those closest to you.
A Will should be tailored to deal with your assets exactly as you intend. We have many years of experience preparing Wills - experience that will enable us to prepare a will for you that will provide for your family and avoid misunderstandings and confusion.
Inevitably some Wills result in conflict between family members who disagree with the testator's (deceased's) wishes. We have acted in many such situations - further experience which assists us to advise you and draft your Will to avoid many pitfalls that may lead to disagreement after your death.