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Offline bigesh1974

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HAVING TWO REGISTERD WILL
« on: May 27, 2016, 10:39:15 PM »
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       My grand mother died on 2014 and on 2011 she wirtten a  will for me(grand son) but on 1996 she had written a will for her sisters son,which will prevail and the problum is that in my will its stated that "there was no will written before" so what may the probability of my 2011 will, i heared in previous will disscussion fourm that experts are in contravarcy that ,there should be coluse that "my all earlier will are revoved by this will" if that is not written is it can be fail in court ,what is the real status of my last will.need expert advance about this clouse .
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Re: HAVING TWO REGISTERD WILL
« Reply #1 on: May 28, 2016, 02:36:12 AM »
Hi

Only the last will (2011) will be valid and will prevail over the earlier WILL written in 1996
All of the earlier wills will automatically lapse.
Though it is desirable that the latest will should contain the statement that the earlier wills stand revoked/ cancelled, if the same is not mentioned in the latest will, does not make the last will redundant.
In law, if the subject matter of two wills (i.e 1996 and 2011) are the same, then the last will shall prevail.
As long as the 2011 will is signed by the testator and her signature is affixed and there are two witnesses to this WILL, it shall prevail.
Apply for probation of will in the court and you will definitely win your case.
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Re: HAVING TWO REGISTERD WILL
« Reply #2 on: May 28, 2016, 02:40:55 AM »
Dear Sir,

It goes in your favour if it is written in the WILL that there was no previous WILL. you may try to demonstrate the court that the WILL executed in the year 2011 was forged and fabricated. If the testator or the executor of the WILL executed the WILL in the year 2011 then the same would have mentioned in the WILL executed there after.

you need to file a probate petition before the concerned district court to prove the WILL in your favour. Please do not worry too much, if you have both the witness who witnessed the WILL then you have a good case in your favour. Further more you WILL is in subsequent in time to the WIll executed in the year 2011.

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