Wills

WILL is the wish of a person about how his estate and property will be divested after his death.

WILL can be formal or informal. Informal will can be in handwriting or typed on a piece of paper and witnessed by one or two witnesses.

Wills

In New Zealand, will has few basic points to note:

1.    WILL has to be made a probate after the death of the testator.

2.    There is an administrator or executor.

3.    Provisions of the estate and property which is to be gifted.

4.    Provisions about the funeral and customs etc.

Pl. get independent legal advice before drafting a will for yourself.

Arunjeev Singh Barrister may be able to give free legal advice in the matter.