To make a standard Will, you have to understand what you own, what making a Will means and who your loved ones are. If you are unable to do this you cannot make a Will. If you did write one it would not be legal or valid. A Statutory Will can be made in these circumstances.
The Court has to give permission for a Statutory Will. An application can be made by a Deputy, Attorney or someone who is likely to inherit.
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