‘When you have a will, you can rule from the grave’ – legal expert advises

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A valid will can help families avoid the inheritance battles that often follow the death of someone who does not have one.
A valid will can help families avoid the inheritance battles that often follow the death of someone who does not have one.
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Families fighting over an estate is nothing new, even in royal families. 

As soon as someone dies, family dramas often begin. And this is when the courts get involved to give a legal perspective and conclusion on who should have what. But it's a costly business.

“If there is a will, there is no need to fight,” says Tafara Mukwani of Joburg-based T Mukwani Attorneys.

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