Hi good day my father made a will which ...

Asked by Anonymous on 03-11-2020 15:03:41
Question posted in the General Law category relating to Western Cape
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Hi good day my father made a will which himself the executor and his new wife aswell as witnesses signed at a commisioner of oaths.in this particular will he stated that the house he owned will be given to his youngest son and hes vehicle to his eldest All the moneys must be shared between his wife and his children his work have a policy where they give money monthly to his spous question is should that money also be shared or not?

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Posted by Att. Patrick on 05-11-2020 00:07:31

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The Will is valid, however the nominated executor can't be the executor, and the new Wife can't inherit, since they were the witnesses to the Will.

The rest of the Will is fine. 

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