While a lawyer may help to clear up any questions you may have, most Wills are simple and do not usually require the expertise of one. To make a Will legal, it must be in writing, written and signed by someone who is at least 18 years old (Brunei and Malaysia) or 21 (Singapore). The Will must also be written when the Testator is of sound mind, and signed by them and two witnesses.
Writing a Will is expensive
Writing your own Will isn’t as expensive as you might think, and is a priceless investment in the long run. Memori Wills are affordably priced for the public.
You’re too young or not rich enough to write a Will
As long as you’re 18 years old and above, you are eligible to write a Will. A Will consists of more than just wealth and property management, but also include your digital assets and digital devices.
Talking about death is a social taboo
While most people might find it uncomfortable to talk about, death is a natural part of life, and happens to all. Talking about death in a normal way helps us to be better prepared for it.
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