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Law Will How to Create a Will?

How to Create a Will?

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About this Course

Planning for the disposal of your estate can be unpleasant because it is quite rare to acknowledge death and this is a primary reason for not making a will in the first place.

This course covers a comprehensive discussion on the concept of a will, provisions of the Indian Succession Act,1925 relating to testamentary succession and types of privileged and unprivileged wills. This course comprises various aspects of who can make a will, what can and cannot be included in a will and some important aspects related to altering, modifying, revocation and rectification of wills.

A short discussion on wills made by Muslims as governed by their personal laws is also included in this course. We have also included discussions on the common clauses used while drafting a will.

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Wills are trumped by legal titles to real estate or beneficiary designations on financial accounts, retirement plans and insurance policies.

Jean Chatzky

Course Overview

WHY TAKE THIS COURSE?

This is a comprehensive course on the creation of wills. If you are planning to make your will but haven't been able to make a proper plan and outline for it, this course can be your perfect guide. In this course, we have covered the concept of testamentary succession, types of wills, who can make a will, what can be the subject of your will, concept of digital assets, alteration, modification, revocation and rectification of wills.

This course also covers the requirements of a valid will and how to prove or dispute a will. Another important aspect covered in this course is the execution and registration of a will.

If you are a law student or a legal professional, this course will help you understand the legal aspects of testamentary succession. This course also discusses the important clauses that can be incorporated in a will, that would definitely help while advising your clients.

Instructors

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Milind Kumar

Milind Kumar is a seasoned arguing counsel and Advocate on Record, Supreme Court of India. He is standing counsel for the states of Rajasthan and Odisha. He is a dual qualified Solicitor, England and Wales, a gold medalist and a published author.

Estate planning is an important and everlasting gift you can give your family. Setting up a smooth inheritance isn't as hard as you might think.

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