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What happens if I do not have a Will?

What happens if I do not have a Will?

If a person dies without having made a proper or valid Will, that person dies “Intestate”. There are consequences of not having a Will and dying intestate. For example:  The deceased person’s wishes about how he or she wants the Estate to be distributed will not be...
Contesting Wills and Validity of Wills

Contesting Wills and Validity of Wills

When a person dies, their assets pass to their beneficiaries named in the deceased’s will. Not all wills are valid, however. For example, did the deceased have the “Testamentary Capacity” to make a will? Sometimes a deceased person may make a will which is...
Wills and Estate Planning

Wills and Estate Planning

What is a Will? A Will is a document which does two main things. First, the document contains an appointment of an “Executor”, (also called a “Trustee”). It is the job of the Executor to see to it that your wishes are carried out as to distribution of your Estate when...
Deceased Estates and Probate

Deceased Estates and Probate

After the death of a loved one, it is important that the will of the deceased is taken to our Adelaide Lawyers or Modbury Lawyers for advice about how the Estate needs to be dealt with. This is often a difficult time for people to deal with institutions and the matter...
What happens if I do not have a Will?

Inheritance Claims

Not every Will or every family is perfect. For a variety of reasons people are “left out” or left with inadequate provision in a Will. Family relationships change and Wills do not always reflect the family dynamics at the time of death. If you have been left out, or...