Many people believe that using a DIY Will kit will be cheaper and easier than seeking advice from a solicitor – however this is not always the case. In fact, using a DIY Will kit could end up costing far more than seeking legal assistance.
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Last week we published the first blog in a two part series, which focuses on contesting a will in New South Wales. We explained that whilst actually contesting a will in Australia is not difficult, two recent NSW court decisions indicate that doing so successfully is much more so.
Contesting a Will in New South Wales is relatively straightforward, however doing so successfully would appear to be another matter altogether - after two recent NSW court decisions have highlighted the difficulties of mounting an effective challenge. This short blog looks at the first case of the two.
It is important for all adults to have a legally valid and up-to-date Will in place, regardless of the size or value of the estate being left behind.
Having a legally valid Will is important to ensure loved ones are protected and your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes after your death.