Wills should be carefully worded to avoid misunderstandings and misinterpretation, particularly when leaving property in a Will. unclear language leads to court cases, legal battles and unhappy family members arguing about the meaning of unclear phrases in our Last Will and Testament.
How can we prevent this problem?
“The Willmonkey Will template uses plain language, it avoids ambiguous words and phrases so that your true intention is reflected in your will.”
The executors of your estate, heirs and the possibly Court Judges – who must confirm the validity of the will – often have conflicting views about a will’s provisions.
At Willmonkey our Will Template is ratified by our Legal team.
If you want your Willmonkey Will to be fine tuned, or specific wording to be added, changed or removed, we will put you in contact with our recommended lawyers or the lawyer of your choice.
We always follow these guidelines:
- CLEAN UNDERSTANDABLE LEGAL ENGLISH
- CLEAR PROPERTY PROVISIONS
- CONTEXT IS IMPORTANT
- CLARITY IS KING