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What is a grant of probate and why is it needed? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

What is a grant of probate and why is it needed?

What is a grant of probate and why is it needed? A grant of probate is a very important part of dealing…

2/09/2021 - Preston Law
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What property does not form part of my Estate/Will? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

What property does not form part of my Estate/Will?

There is a common misconception that anything a person owns or has access to must form part of that…

22/07/2021 - Preston Law
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Is it a conflict of interest if the executor of the estate is also a beneficiary? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

Is it a conflict of interest if the executor of the estate is also a beneficiary?

It is not uncommon for an executor of a Will to also be a beneficiary, with many parents, for example,…

17/06/2021 - Preston Law
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Handwritten Wills - Are They Valid? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

Handwritten Wills - Are They Valid?

A Will is something that all adults should have regardless of the size or value of their estate and…

19/05/2021 - Preston Law
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Whose Will Applies If Both Parents Die At The Same Time? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

Whose Will Applies If Both Parents Die At The Same Time?

Nobody likes to think about a parent dying, let alone both parents passing away at the same time, but…

21/04/2021 - Preston Law
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What Is The Role Of An Executor To A Will? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

What Is The Role Of An Executor To A Will?

An Executor to a Will is the person who has been appointed to administer a deceased person's estate…

17/03/2021 - Preston Law
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Potential Inheritance Risks During Bankruptcy | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

Potential Inheritance Risks During Bankruptcy

One aspect of Wills and Estates law that is rarely considered is that a bankrupt person who inherits…

18/02/2021 - Preston Law
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A Stepchild's Right To Contest The Will Of Their Stepparent | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

A Stepchild's Right To Contest The Will Of Their Stepparent

More often than not, when a person passes away either a majority of their entire estate is left to their…

27/01/2021 - Preston Law
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Who Can Dispute A Will? | Will Disputes and Estate Lawyers

Who Can Dispute A Will?

If your family member has recently passed away and left a Will that you were either left out of entirely…

19/11/2020 - Preston Law
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