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This article also serves as a reminder to either make your Tasmanian Will or review it to make sure it is still current and reflects your wishes.
When should you think about creating and or updating your Will?
As noted in our previous Will articles, making or updating your Will should be considered when significant milestones occur, such as when you buy a significant asset (such as a house), get married, have children or go on an overseas holiday.
It is important to note that Wills are not just for the elderly. It often takes the death of a loved one to review your Will or take the first step towards getting a Will in place.
For more information about Tasmanian Wills this link will direct you to our detailed article on this topic - http://www.cormistonlegal.com.au/services/a-will-spares-loved-ones-extra-grief
Any Will you make is likely to become outdated following changes in your life, accordingly it is important that you take the time to review it at regular intervals or following a major change in your circumstances.
You can start the process of having your Tasmanian Will prepared by Cormiston Legal by downloading the "Will Questionnaire". We have provided our questionnaire in two downloadable formats in the links below:
Once you have completed the form you can scan and email it to email@example.com or if you use the word version you can convert it to a pdf document and then email it to us.
After filling out and emailing the form to us, you will receive a confirmation email from us together with the next steps required to finalise your Will. If you would prefer a phone call from us, please include your contact phone number in your email and we will call you.
You will receive our response within 24 hours (Monday to Friday during business hours).
If you have any queries in relation to the Will Questionnaire or Tasmanian Wills in general, please contact us on 03 6332 9353 or use our Contact Us form at – http://www.cormistonlegal.com.au/contact
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