Wills - F.A.Q's

Who is allowed to make a Will?

Any person aged over 18 years of age can make a Will. However, members of the Armed Forces who are on active duty are able to make a Will once they turn 17 years of age.

There is no higher age restriction for making a Will; nevertheless, you must be of sound mind and testamentary ability. This indicates that you are conscious of the fact that you are writing a Will and the implications for those who rely on you. You should be conscious of the size of your estate. This, of course, means that persons suffering from degenerative diseases like dementia may not be able to make a Will lawfully. This is why it is critical to respond as soon as possible.

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