A will is an important document to have in place, and is used to ensure your family is looked after once you have passed on. Alarmingly, only about 10% of South Africans have a will, meaning a large proportion of our population is unprepared in the event of death. We were recently asked to […]
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Expertise: Trust Law, Wills, Administration Of Deceased Estates And Curatorships
June specialises in trust law, wills and the administration of deceased estates. She is also a conveyancer and as such is able to give expert advice on property issues related to trust law, wills and the administration of deceased estates. For several years she was an active member of the Wills, Estates and Trusts committee of the Cape Law Society until its dissolution in 2018 with the inception of the Legal Practice Council. With over 30 years experience in her fields of specialization, June strives to offer a professional, personal and cost effective services to clients.
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Family members/heirs of a deceased person often erroneously sign an Offer to Purchase on behalf of the late property owner only to find that they had no authority to do so and that the agreement is therefore invalid. When a property is sold directly from the deceased’s estate to a third party, it is the […]