Wills and Power of Attorney Law News
DIY WILLS: ARE THEY REALLY CHEAPER AND EASIER? – By Elizabeth Burke – Will kits, do-it-yourself wills, home-made wills. Whatever you call them, they’re often a topic of controversy. Why? Because if they’re not made and executed correctly, a huge amount of time and money may be required to sort things out after you’ve shuffled…Read More
08 7111 0376 First consultation free Live Chat With A Lawyer Now Location Finder CAN AN ELECTRONIC DOCUMENT BE A WILL? – By Elizabeth Burke – When a man killed his wife and then changed his will by creating a document on his laptop computer, the Supreme Court had to decide whether the document was…Read More
A HANDWRITTEN NOTE THAT COULD CHANGE A WILL Uncertainty arose when the author of a will who left her property to her two children also left a separate handwritten note saying that her son could ‘use’ the house for as long as he ‘needs’ it. Was the note part of her will? If so, how…Read More
ARE STEP-CHILDREN “MY CHILDREN”? RECTIFYING A WILL. Did you know that an application can be made to the Supreme Court to ‘rectify’ a will if it does not accurately reflect the ‘testamentary intentions’ of the deceased person? The purpose is to effectively amend the wording of the will so as to give proper expression to…Read More
WHY DOES A WILL HAVE TO BE IN WRITING AND WITNESSED? If the law requires that a legal will is to be signed by the testator in front of witnesses, what happens if the person dies after the will is written but before it is signed? It is in section 8 of the Wills Act…Read More
OVERCOMING SUSPICION ABOUT THE VALIDITY OF YOUR WILL. Are you thinking of writing a Will or updating your existing Will? It is very important to engage a competent and independent legal advisor when writing a will. Your will is not valid unless its contents are known to and approved of by you as the testator.…Read More
HOW DO I REVOKE A WILL? Make sure the legal formalities are followed when you make any change to your legal will or uncertainty and unnecessary expense can result. Recently the Supreme Court was faced with a situation in which a legal will had been made and was held by solicitors, but the client later…Read More
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