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 Knowledge and Approval and Testamentary Capacity: Getting it Right from the Starting Block

For a Will to be valid, and admitted to probate, the propounder of the Will has the burden of proving that not only that testator had testamentary capacity, but also of that the testator had knowledge of and approved the Will.  In this program, barrister Andrew Verspaandonk, from the Victorian Bar, through the case law, looks at when these requirements may represent major stumbling blocks to proving a Will, and the role of the solicitor in ensuring that not only that the requirements are met, but there is evidence to prove they are met.  

38 minutes / 0.6 CPD units



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 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)