An unsent message of a deceased man in Australia has been ruled as a valid will.
It means he will leave his estate to his brother and nephew as opposed to his son and wife, who he apparently had a difficult relationship with.
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The decision was handed down by a judge at the Supreme Court of Queensland, following no evidence of any other will created by the deceased man.
The man, who tragically took his own life, was found with the phone by his widow in October 2016. The following day, a friend of the widow was asked to look through the deceased man's contact list to see who should be notified of his death. Read more... More about Australia , Law , Text Messaging , Laws , and Tech