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Making a Valid Will (Tas)

Each of the States and Territories have different laws for how a will can be validly made, although these different laws have broadly similar requirements.  The rules for making a valid will in Tasmania are in the Wills Act 2008.  If you make a valid will before your death, the executor named in your will applies for probate on your death in accordance with the Administration and Probate Act 1935.  They will then administer your assets and your estate according to your wishes as set out in your will.  If you do not make a will before you die, you die an ‘intestate’ and you cannot control to whom your assets are distributed. 

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