Waking up for work in the morning, turning down the third slice of cake at an office party or asking your boss for a raise are all things that most people have to do at least once in their life, even though they don’t particularly want to. Another one is drawing up their will. Though turning down sugary treats or facing your boss takes will power and maybe a bit of moral support, with today’s Groupon, securing your future is as easy as a half-hour chat. Get a thirty minute consultation and drawing up of your will for R99 at Lumina.
Drawing up a will is almost like climbing Mount Everest or grappling with a hungry bear; if you don’t know exactly what you’re doing and you don’t have someone to metaphorically hold your hand through the process, it’s a painful and arduous task. The legalese used in wills reads almost like gibberish to some and if yours isn’t up to scratch, it’ll end up being discarded.
Like a knight in legal-armour to the rescue, Lumina steps up with all the support you need and a built in Legal-to-English dictionary to help you understand what’s going on. With a half hour consultation, they can explain exactly why having a will is more important than owning a yacht and help you ensure that your estate is finalised quickly.
After the thirty-minute consultation, qualified legal-ninjas with over thirty years of experience will draw up your will; though they don’t need a dictionary to make sure it’s more airtight than a room with no windows, in space.
Legal Fact: An exhibit in the Natural Museum of Arbitrary Occurrence in South Carolina shows the Last Will and Testament of a local billionaire oil-magnate. The reason the will takes a place in the museum is because it states that a personal-cheque for all his money should be buried with him and that the only one of his possessions he would be bequeathing was a luxurious ant-farm which he left to his Pomeranian.