Section 5 of the Succession Act 2006 (NSW) provides:
- A will made by a minor is not valid.
- Despite subsection (1):
- a minor may make a will in contemplation of marriage (and may alter or revoke such a will) but the will is of no effect if the marriage contemplated does not take place, and
- a minor who is married may make, alter or revoke a will, and
- a minor who has been married may revoke the whole or any part of a will made while the minor was married or in contemplation of that marriage.
By filing an Application for Certificate of Grant (Exemplification) with the Supreme Court of New South Wales.