Baby Brunch podcast: The importance of a will - protect your family & leave a legacy

Baby Brunch podcast: The importance of a will - protect your family & leave a legacy

No one chooses when they die. So what happens to your children and loved ones if you pass away prematurely? Not thinking about your will can jeopardise all that you’ve done to secure your children’s future.

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Alex Simeonides, co-founder and CEO of Capital Legacy, joins Elana Afrika-Bredenkamp in this week's episode of the Baby Brunch podcast, to talk about putting together a will and estate in South Africa.

Capital Legacy is the leading provider of wills and estate administration in South Africa.

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Drafting your last will and testament may feel like you’re knocking on death’s door unnecessarily, but doesn’t a prenuptial contract knock on divorce’s door before you’re even married, anyway? 

Nobody gets to choose when they go.

You may avoid the thought of what will happen to your children and spouse after you pass away, but if your objective throughout your living existence has been to take care of them, why stop when they need you the most?

Taking control of your will and estate is another way of securing the future of your children, spouse, and loved ones. There are countless other advantages to planning your will and testament and trusts, so Elana caught up with Simeonides to help you navigate it all. 

Rather than asking, ‘What’s the worst that can happen?’ (which we made sure to ask), find out how to simplify an otherwise scary process by listening to the latest podcast.

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