Obtaining probate of an invalid will 2019 - 5 September 2019 (On Demand)

Description

Having successfully applied to the court to have a document which has not been executed in accordance with the provisions of section 11 of the Wills Act, declared to be a valid will, the next step is to apply for probate of that will. While this may seem to be a straight forward process, there are pitfalls and additional requirements over and above the normal matters that need to be covered in such applications. From the inquiries I receive it is apparent that people do have difficulty putting such applications together.

This webinar will cover the following matters –

  • Requirements of a valid will;
  • Applications to have a document declared a valid will;
  • Explain the additional detail to be included in such applications;
  • Provide a range of precedent forms for future use

ORIGINAL BROADCAST DATE

5 September 2019

LEARNING OUTCOMES

  • How to avoid common mistakes in the preparation of documents relating to this topic;
  • Acquire knowledge relating to this topic and of the additional information that is required when preparing such applications;
  • Precedent forms will ensure error free and complete documentation, avoiding rejection by the court and/or minuting by the Registrar.

SUITED TO

Lawyers – all levels, General practitioners and Legal executives

PRESENTER

John Earles, Registrar & Specialist Advisor High Court

1 CPD Hour

  • On Demand Event
    Complete online in your own time (Self-paced)
    • $170.00 excl. GST

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