When someone close to you dies, it is always a difficult time. What’s often more upsetting is to discover that the deceased has not left you a fair share of their estate.
There are very good reas
In our system of succession there is a generalprinciple that a Testator (the person making the Will) should have the freedom to leave their property to whomever they like on their death. However, Fa
As foreshadowed in round 1, we will look at some examples where simple (and innocent) mistakes have led to expensive Court proceedings.
The matter of McKinney v LV Campbell was a recent NSW Supreme
A Will can be straightforward or complex. However, the law surrounding Wills is anything but straightforward. In NSW, the Succession Act 2006 (S.A.) governs matters affecting Wills.