- Not using the correct terms and expressions.
Different legal issues must be considered. If the document is not properly worded. It ran cause massive problems for your family after you have died.
- A false sense of security
People who use DIY WilL Kits feel a false sense of satisfaction. they think that they did the right thing, filled the form correctly, and mentioned all they want to say. However, their lack of legal knowledge places their family at greater risk, because it is far too easy for them to make terrible mistakes in the DIY Will, which won’t be revealed until after they’ve died, when it is too late to fix them.
- Lack of Flexibility to address all circumstances
DIY Will Kits are not customised to your own circumstances. They try to be a one-size-fits-all document. They generally cannot deal with life-interests, blended families, step-children, contingent gifts, testamentary trusts, special conditions, or anything slightly out of the ordinary.
- High probability for ambiguity
DIY Will Kits are not tailored fit to your own specific wants and needs. There is a greatly increased risk of confusion are misinterpretation if the information is not properly laid out.
- Problems with execution
Signing in the wrong way, or with the wrong witnesses, or having the wrong people present When you sign can all invalidate the Will or lead to expensive litigation later on.
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