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Keep family feuds out of court with a will

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A woman being advised by her legal council about her will.
A woman being advised by her legal council about her will.
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Wills are not just for the rich and famous. Ordinary folk have also been known to drag each other into court because their families are fitting about the estate of a deceased relative or who has burial rights.

East London-based attorney, Ayanda Gwabeni says many of these family feuds that end up in court could have been solved with a simple will.

“I have noted over the years that when a person dies without having made their last will and testament, so many chaotic family-related incidents occur that could have been avoided.

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