The Supreme Court clarified that nominations under the Companies Act do not grant absolute rights of ownership in favour of the nominee. Moreover, the usual mode of succession should not be impacted by such a nomination. The legal heirs therefore cannot be excluded by virtue of nomination.
In this second episode of Aarna Law’s masterclass podcast on the importance of making wills, Aarna Law managing partner Kamala Naganand will go over the essential elements of a will, who can make a will and who the main parties are. Kamala takes you through all that you need to know about creating wills, illustrating with varied examples from her professional practice, what you should and should not do. We hope you find this episode as informative as our last installment in this series, which you can find in our podcast playlist.
In this latest installment of our masterclass education series, Kamala Naganand, Aarna Law’s managing partner helps us understand the importance of making wills. Making a Will is a crucial aspect of the wealth journey and we are confident that this session will cover everything you need to know about wills, providing deep sight from the many professional examples that Kamala has encountered in her practice.
Private client advisory is a large part of Kamala’s practice. She has advised High Networth Individuals and private individuals over the years on succession and estate planning and has worked with financial advisors and chartered accountants in setting up structures for investment and succession planning. We will split the podcast discussion in two parts – first going over the importance of making wills and the laws covering the making of wills.