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Make Your Will Yourself With Model Drafts

Make Your Will Yourself With Model Drafts

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Ironically, the most certain thing in one's life comes at the very end of it - the curtain call, the death. But life still goes on and beyond. And the dead lives among the alive - in their memories that he leaves behind besides other things. There cannot be a dispute regarding the fond memories, for they can be shared without dispute but the 'other material things' most of the time become a bone of bitter contention. This is where enters the Will. Will is a legal document containing the desire of the dead regarding his/her 'other material things' - his property. A Will goes a long way in precluding the probability of all possible disputes that might arise after the death of the testator among his/her legal heirs.
Since wealth is a well-known corrupter of mind, which blinds humans from the distinction between the right and the wrong, it is important to preserve the confidentiality of the Will, for, the lack of confidentiality may pose a grave threat to the life of the testator.
In view of the complexities of today's ambitious living, we have put this book together to help out the intending testators tackle the baffling conundrums and cobwebs of legal niceties.
We are sure that the book will serve as an informative guide to the intending testators in preparing a flawless will,  capable of standing the test of legal scrutiny after the death of the Will-maker. This book attempts to provide an answer to nearly all legal problems that might arise after the death of the testator so that the Will conveys exactly what the testator desires it to.
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Contents
1.    What is a will
2.    Introductory
3.    What is the need of a will
4.    Types of wills
5.    Terms commonly used for making wills
6.    What can be bequeathed in a will
7.    Who can make a will
8.    Trust for Charitable Purpose
9.    Proof and effect of wills
10.  Execution of wills   
11.  The executor
12.  Will on video film
13.  Registration of a will
14.  Special Rules for interpretation of wills
15.  Probate and letter of administration
16.  Will by a Christian
17.  Will by a Muslim
18.  Will in special and suspicious circumstances
19.  Codicils
20.  Drafting of wills
21.  Provisions of the Indian succession Act, 1925, with digest of cases
22.  Model Drafts
Subject Index
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Author Details
H L Kumar Advocate., Supreme Court of India, Chief Editor, Labour Law Reporter
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