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Preparing wills for clients is part of many lawyer’s stock in trade and is often a complex job requiring a deep understanding of a breadth of common law and legislative requirements.

The mistakes in this area often happen from not taking clear instructions from clients, not using clearly written precedents and not properly proofreading and road testing the final will to ensure it does what it is supposed to do. This section provides information about how and why errors occur and resources to help avoid them.

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