How to make a legally valid will?

Understanding the Basics

Learn the fundamental elements of a legally valid will. Identify the testator, understand the property/assets to be distributed

Choose the Right Type of Will

Explore different types of wills, such as simple wills, living wills, and joint wills. Select the one that aligns with your needs 

Appoint an Executor

Designate a trustworthy executor who will be responsible for carrying out your wishes and managing your estate after passing

Be Clear and Specific

When drafting your will, use clear and specific language to outline how you want your assets distributed. Include details about beneficiaries, their shares

Witnesses and Signatures

To make your will legally valid, have it witnessed by at least two individuals who are not beneficiaries or spouses of beneficiaries