What About Adopted Children, Step Children and Foster Children?

The definition of children includes nuptial, ex-nuptial and adopted children. Step children and foster children are not considered a “child” of the deceased in the context of a Will and therefore unless they are specifically named as a beneficiary in the Will they would not receive any part of the estate. The reference to brother(s) or sister(s) …

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Do I get a copy of my will?

If you send your Will to Will Store Pty Ltd for secure, fireproof storage, you certainly receive a copy.  Will Store will scan your Will and send you a copy with your storage confirmation letter. Alternatively, if you prefer to receive your copy via email they can do that too!

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Legal Will Kit Advice

There are plenty of will items out there, so how to know the best one to buy, and common mistakes made when using a will item? Online versus newsagency will items Does your will item provide for children? General advice – appointing an executor keep it updated who`s in and who`s out?

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What to look for with a Legal Will Kit

The internet is the best possible market place to shop around for lifes`s neces- sities, like legal will items.Sure,everyone is familiar with the concept; save stacks of cash by having a solicitor created will provided to the masses. But how do you know you`re getting the best possible product while not paying too much?

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Legal Will Advice

ONLINE VERSUS NEWSAGENCY WILL KITS A recent analysis by Choice.com.au showed that many of the basic newsagency Style Legal will Kits were woefully limited.the most common problem is that they are overly simple in their nature and dont`t have sufficient features when, for example, providing for children. DOES YOUR WILL KIT PROVIDE FOR CHILDREN? Will …

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