Form For Will Writing In Malaysia

Form For Will Writing In Malaysia by TYH & Co. KL Selangor Malaysia

Form For Will Writing In Malaysia

Fill in the form for will writing in Malaysia below and send us the documents as follows to tyhlawyers@gmail.com:

  • Copy of IC of Will Maker (Testator), Executor(s), Beneficiary(ies) and Guardian(s) (if any)
  • Copy of SPA (Sale and Purchase Agreement) of real estate property(ies) (page with property address and title is sufficient)
  • Any other details of assets you wish to include into your will (if any)
Our will writing lawyer will contact you and provide further advise on your will writing needs. Your information including your contact provided shall be kept private and confidential at all times.
Tips: Executor is the person that your trust to administer your assets on your behalf when you are not around. If you wish to appoint more than 1 Executor, you can do so by adding comma (",") in between. Maximum number of Executors are 4. An Executor can also be the Beneficiary as well. Eg. Your wife can be both the Executor and Beneficiary at the same time.
Tips: Guardian is the person you entrust to look/care after your children in the event you are not around. If you wish to appoint more than 1 Guardian, you can do so by adding comma )",") in between. Maximum number of Guardians are 2 preferably. If no guardian required, you may skip to the next question.
Tips: List down your assets (can be general such as "all my bank accounts") or specific bank account) and the Beneficiary(ies) of your wish. Beneficiary(ies) is/are the person who will inherit your assets based on your wish and intention. Eg. "All my stocks with Bursa Malaysia to my children equally". You may provide the info briefly and our will writing lawyer will draft your will based on your intention.
Tips: A testamentary trust is basically an instruction in your will to require the Executor/Trustee to hold a property/moneys for the benefit of the beneficiary for a certain period of time. Eg. Adam (Executor/Trustee) holds property/moneys for Christy (Beneficiary) for a period until Christy reaches the age of 23. Normally a testamentary trust is useful to control the spending habit of children. If not applicable, you may skip to the next question.
Let us know if you have any further question or instruction here so that our will writing lawyer can contact your and provide better legal advise for your will writing needs. If you have no further question or instruction, you may send this form to our will writing lawyer now.