‘Will’ is a prevalent term in family setups. It refers to a document regarding the distribution of a person’s wealth after their death. A Will takes effect upon the person’s death, which acts as a guide about the deceased’s wealth distribution and other matters. A Will drafting must be done well to prevent future litigation and fights in the family. Takelegal.in’s experienced lawyers will understand your needs and draft a watertight Will to your satisfaction.
Once you have submitted your request for our Will Drafting service through the form on this page, we will assign a representative to your request. Our representative will reach out to you within 24 hours of request receipt to better understand your needs.
Based on your needs and requirements, we will assign your case an experienced lawyer possessing excellent draftsmanship. Takelegal.in’s lawyer will prepare your draft Will and present it to you for review. If you need any changes, the lawyer will promptly effect the changes and present the document for your approval. For us, client satisfaction is of prime importance!
To bring the Will into effect, the document will have to be signed. Takelegal.in’s representative will arrange a way for the Will to reach you for your signature.
Though registration of a Will is not mandatory, Takelegal.in advises its clients to get the Will registered and adequately stamped to enforce the character of the Will and prevent future disputes. Our representative and lawyer will obtain a probate from the relevant court and complete the registration process on your behalf.
While the drafting of a Will does not require many documents, Takelegal.in’s lawyer will need a bunch of information from you regarding the following:
Yes. Wills can be challenged before courts on the following grounds:
Should you wish to challenge a Will, Takelegal.in can assist you with legal advice and case filing.
An executor is a person named in your will who will ensure that your Will’s contents are executed properly after your death. An executor must not be a beneficiary nor be a trusted person such as family or friend. If you do not mention an executor in your Will, the court will appoint one.
Yes. You can change your Will anytime you wish, which will render any previous versions of the Will canceled. In case you wish to change your Will after completion of registration, the new Will will have to be registered again since the old one would stand revoked.
Though registration of a Will is not mandatory under law, it gives the following advantages: