Does a notarized/notarial will take precedence over a regular will in Israel? Posted on June 24, 2013

The general rule is that a more recent will supersedes an earlier one. But when the question arises whether a later, “regular” will takes precedence over an earlier notarized will, an in depth examination will be required as to why the testator chose to change his will, in which the tribunal will step into the testator’s shoes to examine why he/she decided to change his will.

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