Essential document to fill out and leave with your will. May save RRRs in investigation and legal fees if you should die unexpectedly.
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About this document
This is an essential document to fill out and leave with your will. May save £££s in investigation and legal fees if you should die unexpectedly. The document acts as a prompt for you so you can list the location (and other details, passwords, codes and so on) of important documents and other information.
Application and features
- Checklist of important documents and their location
- Written in plain English
- Location of important documents
This document was written by a solicitor for Net Lawman. It complies with current South Africa law.
What other customers thought
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By Carol Perkett 24 August 2017
Appreciated the timely delivery of the documentation.
By Danie Ventet 13 April 2017
Checklist consist of the information i need.
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There was absolutely nothing more for me to add or to delete.
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By Charlene Steyn 01 September 2015
The document (Last Will and testament) was concise yet easy and perfect for what I needed.
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"...Yes very useful. I understand the terminology etc as I've seen a fair few legal docs before. Notes are very helpful. Gives me some base insight without the expense of a solicitor!"John K