Wills: The perils of assisting with a will

Edward Hicks considers the implications of Re Devillebichot; Brennan v Prior [2013] for dealing with litigants-in-person ‘The general rule is that costs will follow the event. An executor is not bound to propound or defend a will; therefore to do so potentially exposes an executor to a costs risk if they fail.’ When Anthony (a …
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