September Online CPD 2018

In this month’s CPD we are going to consider the ways in which a will or sections of a will can be revoked.  A Will is ambulatory in nature and may be revoked by the testator at any point during their lifetime provided they still have the mental capacity to do so; the Banks v Goodfellow test for capacity to make a will also applies to a testator’s capacity to revoke a will.  The main methods of revocation that we will consider will be express revocation by the creation of a new will or codicil, revocation by marriage or civil partnership, and revocation by destruction.

 

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September Online CPD 2018

September Online CPD 2018 In this month’s CPD we are going to consider the ways in which a will or sections of a will can be revoked.  A Will is ambulatory in nature and may be revoked by the testator at any point during their lifetime provided they still have the mental capacity to do [...]