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A will is a very important document. It is one of the most important documents you will ever sign. A will determines the wishes of the deceased after death. If you do not make a will, your estate could end up in the hands of people who you do not want to benefit from your estate.

Our tem provides our clients with succession planning matters and a comprehensive will writing service. We draft wills that best suits our clients’ needs.

We provide the following services:

  • A will
  • Advice and assistance with the administration of an Estate
  • Trusts
  • Vesting assents
Estate planning in Ghana
Estate planning in Ghana

Without a will the following can happen:

  • The family home or property belonging to the testator may be sold
  • Children may be unintentionally disinherited
  • The surviving spouse may not inherent everything

Our team also advices our clients about what to do if a loved one dies without a will. When one dies without a will, the estate of the deceased falls into intestacy. The family of the deceased is required to apply for Letters of Administration. Our team guides our clients in obtaining Letters of Administration.

Our team also advices our clients on ways to protect the wealth of our clients for future generations and whether it is in the interest of our clients to create a trust to manage the estate of the deceased.

Frequently asked questions

A will is a legal document on a man’s intentions which he wills to be performed after his death.

You must be above eighteen years old.

It is always advisable to use a lawyer to make a will because your estate could end up in the hands of people who you do not want to benefit from it.

No. Deaf people, blind people, people who cannot speak and illiterates are allowed to make a will.

You need to get someone you trust to read over the will for you and explain the contents of the will to you. The person you trust should declare in writing that he has explained the contents of the will to you and that you perfectly understood what was written.

It is not enough. Your will must be in writing. Any form of writing, printing, typewriting or a combination of these will suffice.