Client was not well enough to make a Will – what happens now?

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26/03/2016

Client was not well enough to make a Will – what happens now?

In March 2016 the Court created a statutory Will for a man who had suffered serious injuries in 2012. This resulted in ongoing short-term memory loss. He wanted to make a Will. While he could identify the persons whom he wished to benefit, and demonstrated an understanding of how the Will operates he […]
19/10/2015

Court rewrites Will to save tax – Court-authorised statutory Wills

Court rewrites Will to save tax – a novel remedy for crazy people Each of the States and Territories allow the making, revoking and varying of a Will. But only if you lack testamentary capacity: South Australia: section 7 Wills Act 1936 (SA) ACT: section 16A Wills Act 1968 (ACT) […]