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Basics of Preparing a Will

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Basics of Preparing a Will

When you prepare a well-written legal will using services such as www.legalwill.com.au, you are able to ensure that your family will be taken care of once you pass away. This is especially true if you are getting older, or if you have a terminal illness. Many legal websites offer a will item for your convenience, …

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The Importance of Writing Your Will

>We have all seen the unhappy results of seemingly harmonious families dealing with the death of a loved one and the subsequent chaos over the unstated distribution of the deceased’s assets and personal possessions. The ensuing events can involve legal actions, unnecessary expenses and worse yet, irreparable rifts between family members. Some families never get …

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Where should I keep my will?

>Keep your will in a safe place. If the will is misplaced, it may be presumed to be null and void. Solicitors often hold wills on behalf of clients. Usually there is no fee for this service. You should keep a copy of your will and note on the copy where the original is stored. …

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Your Will After Marriage or Divorce

>If you created a will before you married, it will automatically be revoked when you marry, unless it was made with a particular marriage in mind, or stated in general terms that it was made in contemplation of marriage. To avoid any confusion, it is advisable to make a new will when personal circumstances change. …

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