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With bliss, anticipation and love abound, it is almost uncomfortable for a couple that is about to get married to discuss the possible dynamics around which the marriage may likely end. It is indeed an uncomfortable discussion, but one that is necessary and in best interest if looked at from the right perspective. We all wish for good things, but good things sometimes do not last.
After the reading of a Will, it's often not surprising when there are often issues that arise. Not only because the Will is not clear, but family members often feel that they were not looked after and one got more than the other etc.
Such disputes sometimes end up in Court, where members challenge the Will or its validity at all costs, hoping that should the estate be administered and distributed according to the rules of Intestate Succession, they stand to gain more.
In the past, if your were responsible for a marriage being wrecked then you could not benefit financially from it and your partner would, therefore be granted a forfeiture order.
In this article we will be discussing estate planning and how it relates to the 3 main types of marriage.
We can clearly see the dire need for an amendment of the Recognition of Customary Marriages Act in order to address uncertainties and contradictions, especially where women in customary marriages are concerned.
Your wedding day is coming up, and you have bought the perfect dress or suit, you've chosen the rings, and you've booked the venue. But what about your antenuptial contract?
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