Some Questions You Might Have About Probate in Australia

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Probate refers to a recognition by a court that a will of a deceased person is legally valid. Probate court refers to the legal process where a will and its provisions are presided over by a judge, who makes the final decision about the will and its validity, how it’s worded, a person’s estate, and so on. Putting a will through probate court may be necessary if there are conflicts over the will or if certain financial institutions insist on it being done.…

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