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The 11 Things an Executor Must Do

The administration of a deceased estate is a cloaked and murky process. As laypeople, we may hand over the task to an attorney or bank, wait a long time, see a sizeable fee

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Divorce and the forgotten will

Divorce inevitably affects one’s estate. If you were married in community of property, your joint estate is divided up. If you were married with accrual, some money or property would have changed hands,

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Public equality and private sexism?

Is a person making a will entitled to be sexist? That question recently came before the Cape High Court, and the outcome may be surprising. Well over a century ago, a wealthy couple

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If you have a smartphone, you probably use Whatsapp daily. This handy little app has 1,3 billion monthly active users, but is often controversial – sending your data to Facebook for targeted adverts

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