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LCT profers solution to legacy crises among Nigerians

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Leadway Capital and Trusts Limited, a subsidiary of Leadway Assurance Company Limited, has launched its digital Will writing service for various categories that would minimise legacy crises among Nigerians.

According to the company, “an Estate Plan is for everybody – single, married, divorced, with or without children, young adults and the elderly”, a sentiment that became the “take away” of the event organised by Leadway Capital and Trusts Limited in Lagos.

For them, the event was part of the company’s effort to educate the public on the need and benefits for every person to have a Will or a structured estate plan in place.

The Managing Director of Leadway Capital and Trusts, Ayo Wuraola, described the brand’s offering  as quick and convenient way to write a Will either on-line or through representatives, who are trained professionals equipped with information to assist customers complete the process easily and quickly.

He reiterated that with a written Will, you ensure your loved ones are provided for and that the distribution of your wealth as you deem fit is validly documented, thus promoting easy succession.

The Head, Private Trusts, Morenike Akinwande-Tomori, said she understands the true human need for people to provide and secure a better future for nuclear and extended family members, as well as sometimes, for friends, associates, charities and other interests.

The launch of a Will writing service that is available online and via direct partners is our solution to help the teeming populace document their intention for when they eventually pass on.

She added: “We also want to encourage people to go online as it is easier and more accessible. Simple Will and Simple Will Plus are options provided for subscription depending on the nature of assets an individual possesses and both have complimentary insurance covers.”


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