Commissioner for Oaths:
(Will + Power of Attorney + Personal Directive + Commissioner for Oaths Fees)
Power of Attorney:
Why do i need a will?
You need a Will to:
-Decide who will be your executor;
-Decide who will be guardians for your children;
-Set up trusts for your children; and
-Decide who will get your assets.
A properly prepared Will allows you to direct where your property will go after your death. It can save a great deal of time, expense, and stress for your family and loved ones during a time of grief. A Will also allows you to name your personal representative who will represent your estate after your death and carry out the wishes you have stated in your Will.
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