DO YOU NEED A WILL
The answer is YES, if you are a legal adult, you need a WILL it doesn’t matter if you rich or not as long as you have property either you have a family or not.
WHO IS AN EXECUTOR?
An executor is the person whom you choose to distribute your property on your demise.
The executor is responsible for dealing with your affairs and caring out the wishes in your WILL. That’s why it is important to choose someone you trust but it is not easy to know (some ones heart) because some executors have their personal ambitions, and that’s where Apollo Personal Data Bank comes in as the indelible solution to oversee that the WILL is properly distributed the way he/she wanted.
WHO IS A GUARDIAN?
A guardian is a person who have sound mind and is above 18years whom you appoint to look after your children who are under 18years.
WHO CAN MAKE AWILL
If you are over 18years you have a capacity to make a WILL. You can make a WILL if you are under 18 years of age with the guardian of a legal counsel or you are married.
WHOM TO MONITOR YOUR WILL?
In my research of will by hardworking people conclusively the research found several families suffering after the death of their parents due to unscrupulous executors of the WILL because no one is monitoring. Apollo Personal Databank will monitor your WILL properly and ensure it is well executed as instructed by you.
WHAT HAPPENS IF YOU DIE WITHOUT A WILL?
If you die without a WILL court will determine how to distribute your property. In most situations your relatives will share the properties among themselves having more than your children or widow(s).
WORKING HARD WITHOUT WRITING A WILL IS USELESS
Without a WILL the greedy friends, business partners, relatives they will be the one to make decision because you never left a written WILL, leaving your family in pain and suffering, because all the above mentioned persons will come with their own ambitions.
IM NOT OLD SO WHY DO I NEED A WILL
Writing a WILL is not a matter of age but a matter of good common sense and should always be considered seriously by any person. Don’t think what you think will happen, once you die, what will happen will be decided in a court of law.