These are tough times indeed and many are finding themselves thinking about the heavy question of “what if”. Never has mortality struck so close to our hearts and homes, where the road ahead appears fraught with uncertainty.
The price of the pandemic is high with numerous lives and livelihoods lost. However, the ongoing situation has also offered a window of opportunity to rethink and refresh. Take for example, the onset of the “new normal” has brought digital disruption to the forefront and propelled more SMEs to utilise technology to streamline processes and improve productivity.
As we acclimatise and move forward with a future-ready perspective, it is also imperative that we review our Will Planning process. In a new age when uncertainty becomes the constant, the best way to stay ahead to is to plan your Will with these questions in mind:
- How should I design my Will if I hope to preserve my hard-earned wealth, inculcate good values and maintain harmonious relationships?
- How can I distribute my estate fairly and safely to my spouse and children?
- When is it necessary to update my existing Will?
Just as every individual is unique, Will Planning can be a highly personalised process that requires a careful inventory of your assets and wealth, as well as clear instructions on your personal matters. Why leave anything to chance, when you can plan ahead to ensure you and your loved ones are cared for in the way you wish.
Gain the answers you need in an upcoming webinar session on 15 August 2020, led by Stephen Chew. Equipped with decades of experience in this aspect, he will illuminate your Will Planning process with his highly sought after expertise.
Register at https://bit.ly/314318f