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Where there’s a will, there’s a way to plan your legacy

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National Wills Week, which ends 30 October, is encouraging South Africans to draw up a will to leave a legacy for their loved ones (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)
National Wills Week, which ends 30 October, is encouraging South Africans to draw up a will to leave a legacy for their loved ones (Photo: Getty Images/Gallo Images)

It is National Wills Week this week, and attorneys are providing their services for free to draft wills.

It’s estimated that nearly 10 million South Africans – 70% of the 14,14m people who are employed – do not have wills, according to a survey conducted by the master of the high court last year.

National Wills Week, which ends 30 October, is encouraging South Africans to draw up a will to leave a legacy for their loved ones – without any nasty squabbling once they’ve passed away.

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