Every one will die one day, and one of the most common questions when one dies is whether he has made a valid Will during his lifetime.
Wills in Singapore are governed by the English Wills Act of 1837.
A Will or a Testatment may be defined as a declaration by a testator prepared in accordance wth the formalities required by law (eg. the Wills Act) of his intention on how he wishes his assets and/or other matter to be dealth with upon his death.
This Section on Wills in Singapore attempts to answer some commonly asked questions regarding Wills, CPF, drafting of Wills and post-Wills matters.
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