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 Are Promises made to be Broken? Options for Disappointed Beneficiaries

While some say promises are made to be broken, in the context of wills and estate matters a broken promise can mean so much more than just hurt feelings. The legal consequences arising from a broken promise can be significant, not just for the promisee but also for the beneficiaries under a testator’s will. In this session, Scott Whitla, accredited specialist in succession law and partner of McCullough Robertson Lawyers in Brisbane, will discuss when estoppel for breach of promise can override the contents of a will and what options are available to disappointed beneficiaries.

30 minutes / 0.5 CPD units

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Product Code: PAH8421
 Price:  $33.00 (Inclusive of GST)