Estate Planning

“An effective estate plan can minimize hassles and cost on and after your death, and provide benefits to your surviving family members over the long term.”

As an Estate Planner, I encounter a lot of clients who are still not aware about or conscious of Estate Planning. An overwhelming majority of Indians still do not have a professionally written Will and the actual numbers will be closer to 85%+. They think they don’t need to do any sort of estate planning as they think “Estate Planning” is for wealthy people.

This article briefly touches about estate planning. We will be talking about various issues around estate planning in a series of articles.

“Even if you’re a long way from old, don’t leave the family unprotected”

Through this article I would like to share the details on the commonly used tool of Estate Planning i.e. “Will” from Indian Law point of view and especially from the perspective of “Hindu Succession Act” and “Gift”.

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