Why Every Parent Needs a Will – Even if You are Young
As parents, sending our child to school, setting off for work, and picking up our child in the evening before heading back home becomes a regular everyday life. Have you considered what happens when this routine is being disrupted?
While death and disability are difficult to contemplate and seldom discussed, we believe in talking about the uncomfortable things in life. Because there is no other time than to do it while we can.
Thinking through the options your child is presented with in such circumstances can help avoid confusion and distress in a painful situation.
In the absence of a Will, the Government's Intestacy Act will come into effect and you may lose control over:
- Who looks after your children?
- Who gets your hard-earned money?
- Whether your parents would be cared for?
- Will your family members be in conflict in managing the assets you left behind?
A well thought estate plan could address the above questions and other uncertainties. Join us for a short session with our speaker, where we will discuss these questions with fellow parents and answer your questions.
Date: 3 March 2016 (Thursday)
Time: 7.30pm - 9.00pm
Venue: Bras Basah (venue details will be sent nearing the date)
$10 registration fee | 1-for-1 for Couples who register for the talk.
Light dinner will be available before the talk.
For enquiries, email to firstname.lastname@example.org
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM SGT
- Bras Basah (venue details will be sent nearing date)
Standard $10.00 Couple (1-for-1) $10.00
- Venue Address
- Bras Basah Singapore
5 minutes walk from Bras Basah Circle Line Station
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