No-one like to contemplate death, but it is still something everyone needs to plan for….Especially in cases where it will effect families financially. At a time of mourning, no one wants to be haggling over money, yet this is often the case in South Africa.
Many families are crippled by the death of a Father/Mother, and not just emotionally, especially financially, where both salaries/wages are contributing to household expenses.
The vast majority of the countries population has no official (legally compliant) Will, to this extent government has had to take a a hand with relevant legislation, something discussed below.
Today Sylvia and Nick discuss why planning for death is so important, as well as the legal ramifications for those that die without a will.take a listen to Sylvia Walker.
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