INTERVIEW: How to wind up the deceased estate of my spouse?

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GUEST: GAVIN MKHABELA, PROPERTY INVESTMENT STRATEGIST

In most cases surviving spouse simply has no idea what to do regarding the deceased estate of their husband or wife. For example, when the wife goes to the bank where her deceased husband used to bank and enquires regarding funds due to her husband – she is coldly told to get Letters of Executorship from the Master.
27 Feb 2PM English South Africa Business News · Investing

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