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Legality of a Will
The service I received could not be faulted in any way. The website was easy to follow through and I had help with one point to make sure I understood how I had phrased something and that I was happy with what it meant. I was given time to go back to my son and daughter and to confirm this point with them before my will was completed and sent to me. The whole process was very easy and the staff were extremely helpful. Thank you
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Legality of a Will



Contesting a Will
A will can be contested if the will is invalid or if a person has not been adequately provided for in the will. For a will to be valid a number of requirements must be met.

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