Making a Will

Making a Will – the importance of seeking legal advice when drafting important documents

Making a WillWhen making a Will, Kavanagh Family Lawyers remind clients of the importance of seeking legal advice when drafting important documents such as a Will.

There are significant legal requirements that need adhering to in order for the Courts to deem a Will a legal document. In most cases, a will must be in writing and witnessed by two people in order for it to be valid. Secondly you have to satisfy the court that those documents set out the testamentary wishes of how that person intended their assets to be dealt with upon their death. Thirdly you need to satisfy the court that the person actually intended that document to be their last Will.

How Kavanagh Family Lawyers can help

Kavanagh Family Lawyers have vast experience in drafting Wills. Our Wills lawyers explain how Wills should be made, address any issues that could arise from your wishes and ensure you have a correctly prepared Will tailored to suit your requirements.

Next Steps

  • Call Kavanagh Family Lawyers on (08) 9218 8422 to speak to our Wills lawyers.