Estate planning is very important for the proper administration of assets in the event of death. It is also essential should you have a specific wish with regards to an inheritance or bequest.
VTC supports their clients in providing them with a full spectrum of services which includes the assistance of planning, advice with regards to an estate with immovable property and also in the case of a property being hypothecated with a mortgage bond, establishing a trust, drafting a will and transferring immovable property from a deceased to the beneficiaries.
Wills can be very simple or quite complex depending on the client's estate and wishes. VTC approaches each client’s case knowing that every situation is unique. Our attorneys can advise you on the range of options available and recommend those that suit your unique situation.
Everybody should have a Last Will and Testament. Even if you do not own assets right now, the time may come when you will accumulate assets. Should you pass away without a will, your assets will be dealt with according to the law of intestate succession, irrespective of your wishes with regards to your assets.
We will help you to explore all of your options for administering your estate and will guide you through the process of creating the best estate plan possible.
VTC’s attorneys and conveyancers have gained the necessary experience over many years to deal with any type of an estate no matter the complexity.
We have dealt with numerous insolvent estates and trusts. Our Director Abdullah Salie is an expert in the field of trusts and the administration of insolvent estates.
As an alternative to insolvency litigation, this department accepts appointment as liquidators and trustees in various insolvent estates.
Our services in terms of wills, estates and trusts include:
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