Will: Fundamentals, Challenges & Making

This course provides the learner with an understanding of wills in detail. It further sheds light on the advantages and types of wills along with the necessary skills to draft them.

Will: Fundamentals, Challenges & Making

Course Description

This LawSkills course dispels common misconceptions on drafting a will. Terminologies associated with the creation of wills, along with types and clauses that make a will valid, are discussed in great detail. Sample formats of wills have also been provided to help you understand and provide you pointers on how to draft your own will. This course is also helpful for lawyers as they are able to advice those in need.

Course Outcomes:
  • Dismiss common misinterpretations
  • Identify the key definitions associated with drafting of a will
  • Analyse the benefits of drafting a will
  • Differentiate between types of wills
  • Understand the need and way to draft a will
Course Details:

Target Audience

  • Lawyers

  • Legal Advisors and Counsel

  • Research Students

  • Common people interested in drafting a will

Access Timeframe

6 Months


There are no prerequisites for this course.
Certificate Info:

Type of Certification

Certificate of Achievement

Format of Certification


Professional Association/Affiliation

LawSkills & Manupatra

Method of Obtaining Certification

Learners must attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain the course certificate. Upon meeting these requirements, the certificate will be printable on demand.

Course Outline

  • Meaning and definition of will
  • Origin and types of wills
  • Characteristics and benefits of a will
  • Law on wills
  • Legal terms used in relation to a will
  • Case studies
  • Prerequisites of a valid will
  • Restriction and execution of wills
  • Drafting and registration of wills
  • Changing and revocation of wills


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