I think they are rubbish as a cardinal document and should only ever be used as a supplement to a properly prepared and drafted Will by a lawyer.
A video will can express final words of love and joy (or even hate and disgust) towards family and friends. A video is not a replacement for a Will which has deep roots in law and should not be tampered with.
Here is an article published in SMH on August 10, 2015 by Michaela Whitbourn. http://www.smh.com.au/nsw/nsw-supreme-court-considers-novel-case-of-video-will-20150809-givanq.html
You can read this post in Linkedin here "Video Wills ... are these the future? by Justin Betar"
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