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As Nelspruit attorneys we don’t mean to sound morbid, but for many of us death is an eventuality that we are not yet prepared to deal with.

We all need to plan for the unexpected events that tomorrow might bring. None of us know what is hiding behind the next bend in life, and being without a will could result in your family suffering with more than just the immense grief of your passing. While leaving our material wealth behind is something that none of us can avoid, we do have a say over what must happen to the possessions and wealth that we have accumulated during our lifetime. Nelspruit attorneys can help you get your will and/or trust in order.

 

What is a will?

A term that you might well be familiar with, a will is a legal document that bears the name of the person who you have selected to manage your estate after your death as well as your final wishes.

The term will and the term testament has been used interchangeably in the past. A will states who will inherit your wealth and property after your passing, with the person you have selected to manage your final affairs making sure that those who have been selected to inherit your property or acquire the wealth get it.

Know the difference between a will and a trust

A will and a trust are to different documents that can work together perfectly to give you a complete estate plan to ensure that what you leave behind after death is taken care of, or distributed, in the way that you want it to be.

These are the differences between a will and a trust that you need to know:

  1. A will is designed to come into effect only once you have passed on while a trust will come into effect the moment the papers have been signed. The will has a legal representative who will distribute your property shortly after your passing while your trust can be used to start dividing up your property at any time after it has come into effect.
  2. A will is only going to have an effect over the property that is in your name at the time of your death, which means that the property that you have joint ownership over is not going to be affected by your will. The trust will handle the property that you have had joint ownership over. The trust will only have control over that property that has been transferred into the trust.
  3. A will needs to pass through the court administration before your final wishes can be honoured. This is done to ensure that the will is valid and that the contents of the will get divided correctly. Your trust will not need to go through probate (through the courts) so it can be taken care of quickly and money can be saved.

 

·         Your will can become a part of the public record which means that anyone can have a look at it. A trust will remain private.

Nelspruit attorneys will know which final legal document will work best for you and you should consider consulting with an attorney so that you have all of your affairs in order. By getting your will, or trust, organised there will be less to stress about in your later years.

 

 

 

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Too many times individuals face unfair situations in life, whether it is being involved in a motoring accident, unfair dismissal, marriage disputes or custody of their children. Not knowing the law or your rights will have you ending up with the “short end of the stick” at all times.

Seeking legal advice can be expensive in many cases but there are good attorneys Nelspruit Mpumalanga that are standing by to help you. Law firms have the means, the legal knowledge and the professionals who are able to assist you.

Leading Attorneys Nelspruit Mpumalanga

 

You don’t have to fight your legal battles alone, attorneys are there to assist in getting a fair trial and to see that justice prevails. Many legal representatives aim to provide the highest quality of legal assistance at all times and aim to ensure lasting relationships with clients. All legal cases are of utmost importance and lawyers do all they can to assist the client in the best ways possible.

WHAT HAPPENS IF I NEED MY CASE FOUGHT BUT HAVE NO MONEY TO DO SO?

There are often individuals who find themselves in need of legal advice but they do not have the means to seek such assistance. To solve this, it is possible to become a member of a certified legal advisory firm who have their own in-house lawyers who provide legal advice to individuals at a low fee.

For a low fee per month, some legal firms offer their legal services to those who cannot afford to pay the heavy fees associated with legal battles. Clients can contact the firm’s call centres of which some operate 24hours a day and still receive the quality legal advice and services only at lower rates.

Nelspruit lawyers are involved in assisting individuals with pro bono cases in the event that such clients qualify as pro bono. In some instances, the nature of the case will determine whether it is possible to be taken up as pro bono or at a normal law advisory fee.

Kruger and Partners are Nelspruit lawyers who specialize in vast legal cases including:

·         Wills and Trusts

·         Corporate Law Services

·         Insolvency

·         Litigation (Magistrate and High Court)

·         Collections

·         Commercial Law

·         Family Law

·         Labour law

·         International Law of Trade and Transnational Insolvency

·         Conveyancing

·         Liquor Licenses

·         Gambling Licenses

·         Personal Injury

·         Local Government

·         Township Establishment

·         Arbitration

Kruger and Partners aim to always provide all their clients with quality legal services and advice as well as add value to the local community in all aspects.

In the event that you may need legal services or assistance, make sure that you have the right attorneys in Nelspruit Mpumalanga to fight your case. Justice and fair trials are what every community needs to live in unity, harmony and happiness.

Don’t wait for things to spiral out of control, seek legal help today for a better future for yourself and your loved ones.

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