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    FAQ for ESTATE PLANNING

    What is WILL WRITING?

    will is a legal document signed by you (testator) and 2 witnesses, indicating your wishes regarding your assets distribution to your family & loved ones upon your passing.

    Who needs a WILL?

    Anyone who owns asset such as house, car or even a bank account needs a WILL to govern the asset distribution when unfortunate event happens; especially for Family with Young Children below 18 years old.
    A WILL ensures a speedy and smooth asset transfer process to your loved ones according to your wishes. If person passes on without a WILL, his / her assets will be distributed according to Distribution Act 1958.

    What is Distribution Act 1958?

    Distribution Act 1958 is a set of law enforced by the Federal Government of Malaysia to govern the assets distribution for any individual who does not has a WILL.

    What happens to my assets if I pass on ?

    Upon death of an individual, all his / her assets including cash in banks, investment, properties, business accounts will be frozen immediately.
    To unlock these assets, the executor of the WILL will have to go through the steps below before the assets can be unlocked and distributed to the beneficiaries:
    a) Locate the individual’s assets
    b) Notify his / her creditors
    c) Pay off all the oustanding liabilities
    d) Fill for Taxation

    How long will the Probate Process take?

    Generally a probabte process takes about 6-12 months if the Estate Planning was properly planned out. However, some could take up to 18-36 months. 

    What happens to the Debts upon Death?

    Upon an individual’s passing, all of his/her assets will be frozen. In order to unlock the assets, the executor has to ensure that all outstanding liabilities have been paid off. 
    In the event whereby the debts are not paid off, the estate administration will then be stucked. 

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