11 Apr '11, 12am

More young people in Singapore are making wills; will-writing firms say natural disasters may have spurred demand

More young people in Singapore are making wills; will-writing firms say natural disasters may have spurred demand

Ms Tan Hwee Ling, 24, and her husband decided to have their separate wills done last year. She is among an increasing number of younger people drawing up wills. -- ST PHOTO: ALPHONSUS CHERN NOT willing to take chances, more people - including younger Singaporeans and foreigners based here - are making their wills. Perhaps it is the recurring news of unpredictable events like earthquakes and floods, which can snuff out lives in a flash, said will-writing firms, several of which have sprung up in recent years to cater to demand. [email protected] Read the full story in Monday's edition of The Straits Times.

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