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Drafting and Review

Drafting and Review

Expert will draft and share the WILL drafts for your review and suggestions. 

Final WILL Delivery

Final WILL Delivery

You will receive a WILL draft ready for registration or Keeping it for records. 

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We had been through a rough patch of our lives and seen the most unexpeted in COVID pendemic. Are you ready for the unexpected? With Legalkart's professional Will-writing service in Idukki, you can safeguard your loved ones and make sure that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes. Our team of experienced lawyers and new Artificial Intelligence equipped experts in Idukki  will help you through the process and make sure that your Will is legal and fits your needs. With Legalkart, you can rest assure knowing that your legacy is safe and that your loved ones are taken care of. Every 10th person in Idukki  is trusting LegalKart for all its legal needs. 

What is a WILL ?

A will is a legally binding document that outlines an individual's wishes for the distribution of their assets and property after their death. It serves as a roadmap for the executor, who is responsible for carrying out the instructions laid out in the will. A properly drafted will can help ensure that your loved ones are provided for and that your assets are distributed according to your desires. It can also minimize the risk of family disputes and legal challenges after your passing. In addition to specifying the distribution of assets, a will can also be used to nominate guardians for minor children, establish trusts for beneficiaries, and outline funeral or burial preferences. While it may be tempting to put off creating a will, it is an essential part of any comprehensive estate plan and can provide peace of mind knowing that your final wishes will be carried out.

Contents of a Will?

It is important to have a clear, well-drafted Will that accurately reflects your wishes and intentions, and is compliant with the laws, following can be the key contents of WILL:

  1. Details of Maker: Details such as name, age, address, etc. to identify the maker.
  2. Legal declaration: The declarations made by the maker in the will must be legal.
  3. Intention: The will must clearly reflect the future intentions of the maker, i.e. how he wishes his property to be distributed amongst the beneficiaries.
  4. Beneficiary details: The details such as name, age, address etc. to identify the beneficiaries.
  5.  Execution after death: The will must capture the intention of the maker that he wants the will to be executed after his death.
  6. Minors: In case, the maker wants to bestow any property upon a minor, he must also appoint a guardian who will take care of minor’s property after the death of the minor.
  7. Executor: The maker should also appoint an executor of his will who will execute the will after the death of the maker.

Laws governing Will in India

The different laws which govern various aspects of Will in India are as follows:

  • Indian Succession Act, 1925
  • Hindu Succession Act, 1956
  • Hindu Undivided Family and Hindu Partition Act of Property, 1892
  • The Muslim Personal Law (Shariat) Application Act, 1937
  • Transfer of Property Act, 1882
  • Stamp Duty Act (State specific)
  • Registration Act, 1908

Why LegalKart

 

  • Senior Expert Lawyers: We will get your document drafted/reviewed by Senior Expert lawyers, skilled in Succession Laws. You can track the progress of your document on our platform at all times.
  • 4.5 Customer Score: Clients are delighted with our service! They have consistently rated us high because of our focus on delivering quality output and providing regular updates.
  • Responsible Delivery: Our team of experienced business advisors are just a phone call away. Our team will ensure that your interaction with the expert lawyer is smooth and seamless and the document draft is delivered to you within the committed timeline.

Key Deliverables

  • Talk-Time with the Lawyer for drafting/reviewing the Will document
  • First draft of the Will Document will be delivered to you within a maximum of 2 working days
  • Post-delivery of the first draft – 2 Iterations in the Document to incorporate your suggestions/changes. 
  • You can add registration service to get the WILL registered for its legal enforcibility. 
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Frequently Asked Question

How can a Muslim distribute his property by making a Will?

The Muslims are governed by their personal laws, and not the Indian Succession Act, 1925. Therefore, the general rule under Muslim personal laws in India is that a Muslim may, by his will, dispose of only up to one-third of his property which is left after payment of funeral expenses and debts without the consent of his heirs.

Does a Will require to be registered?

No, its not mandatory to register a will. 

However, if it is registered with the sub-registrar under the Indian Registration Act, 1908, it reduces the chances of being challenged after the death of the maker.

Can maker be video recorded while making the Will?

Yes. It serves as an advantage as the video recording of the making of a will is admissible for evidence under the Evidence Act, 1872, and the same can be used to disprove allegations of will being fraudulent.

Can Will be cancelled?

Yes. Will can be cancelled, revoked and replaced throughout the lifetime of the maker.

Why is it important to have a will?

Having a will is important because it ensures that your assets are distributed according to your wishes, minimizes the risk of family disputes, and can help to minimize estate taxes and legal fees.

What happens if I die without a will?

If you die without a will (known as dying "intestate"), your assets will be distributed according to the laws of intestacy in your state. This may not align with your wishes and can lead to family disputes and increased legal fees.

What assets are covered by a will?

A will typically covers assets that are solely owned by the deceased, such as bank accounts, real estate, and personal possessions. Assets that are jointly owned or have designated beneficiaries (e.g., life insurance policies) may not be covered by a will.

Can I change or update my will?

Yes, you can change or update your will at any time as long as you are of sound mind. It's important to review your will periodically and make updates as necessary to reflect changes in your life circumstances or wishes.

What is an executor, and what do they do?

An executor is a person named in the will who is responsible for carrying out the instructions in the will, paying any debts or taxes owed by the estate, and distributing assets to the beneficiaries.

Who can be a witness to a will?

Witnesses to a will must be legal adults who are not beneficiaries of the will. In most states, two witnesses are required to sign the will in the presence of the person making the will (the testator).

What is a trust, and how does it differ from a will?

A trust is a legal arrangement in which assets are held and managed by a trustee for the benefit of the beneficiaries. Trusts can be used in conjunction with a will or as an alternative to a will in some cases. Trusts can offer more privacy and flexibility than wills and can help to avoid the probate process.

What is probate, and how long does it take?

Probate is the legal process of validating a will and distributing assets to beneficiaries. The length of the probate process can vary depending on the complexity of the estate and the laws of the state, but it can take several months to a year or more.

Can I write my own will, or do I need a lawyer?

While it is possible to write your own will, it's generally recommended to seek the assistance of a qualified estate planning attorney to ensure that your will is legally valid and comprehensive.

How often should I review and update my will?

It's a good idea to review your will every few years or after major life events (e.g., marriage, divorce, birth of a child) to ensure that it still reflects your wishes. If necessary, you can update your will by creating a new will or by adding a codicil (amendment) to your existing will.

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Property Documents

Will

₹5999

₹ 12999 (81% Off) ₹10400 Save

₹9999

₹17999 ₹8000 Save

Gross Total

₹15998

Deliverables *

a)  Consultation with estate expert Lawyer

b) Basic WILL Drafting

d) Final Draft within 48 hours. 

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