Will Drafting and Registration in Nigeria

Our expert consultants provide you with excellent will drafting and registration service, hence, protecting your assets and loved ones.

Why Register a Will in Nigeria?

In the absence of a will, the loved ones of the deceased may be unable to gain access to the assets of the deceased. Our expert consultants are dedicated to preventing this.

A will is one of the most important legal documents in an individual’s lifetime. It declares an individual’s wishes on how his or her assets will be managed and distributed and provision for the care of any minor children after death.

 

Our consultants at eLegal Consultants are dedicated to ensuring your assets are well protected and distributed according to your wishes by helping you draft and register your will.

What is a will?

A Will is a legal document which directs how  a person’s asset(s) will be managed and distributed after death, whilst also providing  for the care of  minor children (if any).  It is arguably one of the most important documents in anyone’s lifetime.

How it works

Step One

Contact us through our WhatsApp chat, web form or our toll free number, stating your full contact information, the service you would like to be provided and a request for a quote from our expert consultants.

Step Two

Receive and review our quote alongside the details of the legal service to be provided, approve the quote and pay through any of our listed reliable payment system.

Step three

Receive a fast and reliable delivery of the legal advice and documents from our expert lawyers.

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Having a will registered in Nigeria is one of the most prudent ways of protecting ones’ assets and loved ones.

What is a will?

A Will is a legal document which directs how  a person’s asset(s) will be managed and distributed after death, whilst also providing  for the care of  minor children (if any).  It is arguably one of the most important documents in anyone’s lifetime.

Why Register a Will in India?

In the absence of  a will, the loved ones of the deceased for whom he lived during his lifetime may end up suffering ad unable to  gain anything from the assets of the deceased.

With a Will in place, all beneficiaries receive what is due to them as the deceased/testator wished during his lifetime.

Types of Wills

Single Will and Mirror Will

A Single Will is a will for one (1) person who is either not married or, if married, has a spouse who either does not have any assets under his/her name or decides not to draft a Will. A Single Will may not be suitable in cases where a married couple have a joint bank account or hold ownership in property under joint names. In such situations, the couple should write  a “Mirror Will” (one for each spouse) to bequeath the assets to one another upon the death of either spouse. A mirror Will transfers 100% of the Asset to the other Spouse in the absence of which the child(ren) of the marriage will be the only beneficiaries. 

Who is an Executor?

An executor is someone who take a the Will of a deceased person/testator to the court to have it implemented/ probated.

Once the court has granted the probate, the executor will distribute the assets after payment of debts and other liabilities to all beneficiaries of the Will.

To Protect your Assets by Will Drafting and Registration, reach out to one of our consultants today.

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