To Delay is Human but to Will is Divine is a simple easy-to-read guide book for anyone who is interested in Wills and Trusts and the whole area of Estate Planning.
A staggering almost RM6 Billion has been left unclaimed by Malaysians from 1977 to 2017. Former Deputy Finance Minister I…
Peter Lee, the author of “To Delay is Human but to Will is Divine” discusses the importance of planning your estate and preparing for the unknown more relatable through short stories and fables.
Amidst the many uncertainties in life, death is something that nobody can escape. As the saying goes, “Where there’s life, there’s death.” In this day and age, death is no longer a taboo topic. Morbid as it may seem, these days, people make plans for their eventual death to ease the responsibility for their loved ones after they are gone.
But how many of us plan for the smooth distribution of wealth to our beneficiaries upon our demise? To date, unclaimed monies and frozen assets in Malaysia amount to over RM60 billion. Procrastination is one of the main reasons why most of us still do not have a will drawn up.
Ipoh Echo spoke to Peter Lee, an estate planner of Rockwills in Ipoh, about will and estate planning. Peter has more than ten years of experience in this field.
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