Mak­ing a Will

Simply Her (Singapore) - - Your Say -

I found the story When You’re Gone (Novem­ber) very in­for­ma­tive. Re­cently, my friend’s mother, a sec­ond wife with sev­eral chil­dren, passed on with­out leav­ing a will. The rst wife also had sev­eral chil­dren be­fore her death.

My friend was the only one who lived with and took care of his mother; the rest of the chil­dren did not con­trib­ute to her main­te­nance.

His mother did not want to make a will, al­though he spoke to her about it. Now the house has to be split equally among all the chil­dren. Even those who do not de­serve it will get a share.

It’s so im­por­tant to make a will. Your story helped to cre­ate more aware­ness about this. An­nie Choy Meng Nui Con­grat­u­la­tions, An­nie! We’ll be con­tact­ing you soon about how to claim your prize.

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