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This work examines recently reported cases in the area of testamentary negligence, and offers guidance to will-drafters on how to minimize the risks to which they are now exposed. It is an expanded version of the text of a lecture given to the Law Society of Northern Ireland in February 2000 and continues the series started with ""Practical Will Drafting"".;Topics include: defective, dilatory and unassisted executors; duty to give effect to the testator's testamentary intentions; negligence action or rectification proceedings?; a duty to provide tax-planning advice; and the on-going duty to update wills.