Safeguard Your Original Will

Safeguard Your Original Will

It is important to safeguard ones originally signed the will as a presumption of revocation may arise if the original is lost that may result in expensive litigation with an uncertain outcome. Historically lawyers wanted to and did keep their client’s original wills, both as… Read more

Revocation of Wills Post WESA

Revocation of Wills Post WESA

The introduction of the Wills Estates and Succession act (WESA) on March 31,2014 made a few  significant changes to the law relating to the revocation of wills. Probably the most significant change was that marriage after the execution of a will no longer revokes a… Read more

Lost Wills

Lost Wills An update to this article is that since the introduction of WESA on April 1, 2014, I anticipate that the courts will be more willing to allow copies of wills as proof of the testator’s intention to more easily admissible into probate. Many… Read more