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10 things you should before writing a will

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Free guide to help you complete your will

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Top 5 ways to get the best of W&T

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Top 5 ways to get the best of W&T

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Top 5 ways to get the best of W&T

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Myths about Will-making

In our Caribbean context there are a lot of myths and superstition surrounding estate planning and will making. It seems that because a Will takes effect after a testator passes away many people associate a Will with death.

6 Terms you should know for Estate Planning.

Do you know what an estate is? How about beneficiary? We'll help you understand some important terms in Estate planning.

3 Unexpected Opportunities That Making a Will Provides

In this article we look at the opportunities that preparing your Will can provide, right now!

Video Overview - Making Your Will on Will and Tomorrow

Take a tour of our Will-making app. We give you an overview of the steps you go through to provide the inputs needed to create your Will.

Why Wills are a must-have for Parents

When you are a parent, it is crucial that you secure your child’s future. Making a Will helps you do just that.

Preparing to write your will using Will and Tomorrow

When you have decided that you are ready to create your will, here are a few things to consider and even discuss with others before entering your details online.

7 Reasons to write your Will today

We were interested in the top reasons people are making their will sooner than later, here’s what we learnt, in no particular order.

Before Writing a Will - 7 Things You Must Know

In Jamaica, you don't need a lawyer to write a will, however, there are some circumstances where legal advice is highly recommended.

Pay in two parts - upfront $2,977 JMD annual membership and $7,977 JMD when you’ve completed all the Will-writing steps.