Given that the global case fatality ratio of COVID 19 pandemic is high with Africa’s and Nigeria’s largely remaining minimum.

Will and probate services – estate planning is a developing sector in Nigeria, with higher number of vulnerable dependants who are apparently Women and Children.

There is a need to cushion the impacts of COVID 19 by drawing up will and proper estate planning.

SRJ Legal Practitioners have brought together industry experts to discuss how you can cushion impacts of COVID 19 through Will and Probate services (estate planning) in Nigeria. The Experts include key staff from Stanbic IBTC Trustees; FCMB Trustee; ARM Trustees and the founder of Carrot.ng, an online estate planning tool.

Join the webinar on Wednesday 27:05:2020 at 1 p.m by pre-registering at https://bit.ly/3ea9Mdm

Participants include SMSE owners, Professional associations, Employees and employers in public and private sectors, traders, trade unions; town unions, cultural and religious entities, representatives of governments and the general public

You will learn why you should need to have a will – plan your estate -; types of estate planning and how to do it yourself; who can become your Beneficiaries and how you can give to NGOs and churches; what is required for to have a will – plan your estate; how COVID 19 may impact on estate and what stakeholders can do during COVID19 and post-COVID19.

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