What’s the difference between Mirror Wills, Mutual Wills, and Joint Wills in Singapore?

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  Very often, married couples wish to plan their wills together, and to allocate their worldly possessions jointly. Many times, they’ll look for a lawyer, requesting that the lawyer draft a will for both husband and wife. In Singapore, the terminology with respects to such wills can be a little confusing and hopefully, this article will…

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What are the benefits of making a Will in Singapore?

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  Picture this. You’re not that rich. Not by your own standards anyway, which unfortunately, is set at a pretty high bar. You do have some assets but probably not enough at the moment to make you rush out to make a will. You’ll do it soon enough. After that first million. Maybe the second.…

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What you can and cannot give away in your Singapore Will

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  When speaking to a lawyer in Singapore, many clients often assume they can include everything they “own” under the sun in their wills. Sadly, this isn’t the case, and there are a number of items that should not be included in a Singapore will. The Wills Act (Chapter 352) states that every person may…

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