Succession Laws and Estate Planning

We have a specialized Department composed of a skilled team and experts who have handled succession matters at all levels including family negotiations to court litigations. Our Attorneys have the requisite experience in dealing with high net worth individuals, large estates either upon probate or without probate (administration of estate intestate).

“Succession planning is not just about passing on assets, it’s about passing on values and ensuring a lasting legacy.”

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 Our Firm’s skill-set entails us providing basic and special services such as Advising clients on matters of succession and estates planning; designing and management of trusts, charities, and wakfs; drafting and keeping of wills, codicils, and related documents; act as trustees, executors, and administrators of estates and trusts; as well as represent clients in litigious matters related to Succession Laws and Management of Estates.

Our team provides training to companies, organizations, institutions, and their employees on matters pertaining to estate planning including but not limited to the importance and drafting of wills, setting up, and management of testamentary trusts. We also assist our clients in drafting, registration, and custody of wills for both individuals and assorted groups.

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A lawyer can provide a range of services for succession and estate planning matters, including advising clients, designing and managing trusts, drafting wills, administering estates and trusts, and representing clients in litigation related to succession laws.

A trust is a legal arrangement in which assets are managed by a trustee on behalf of a beneficiary. It can be used for estate planning to protect assets, avoid probate, and control how and when assets are distributed to beneficiaries.

A will is an essential document for estate planning, as it allows you to specify how your assets will be distributed after your death. A will should include the names of beneficiaries, instructions for the distribution of assets, and the name of an executor to manage the estate.

Yes, a lawyer can serve as a trustee, executor, or administrator for an estate or trust. This can be helpful in managing and distributing assets in accordance with the client's wishes.

When choosing a lawyer for estate planning and succession matters, consider their experience, expertise, and reputation in the field. Look for a lawyer who has handled similar cases and can provide references or testimonials from past clients.

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