Mr Nemer, who died at the age of 90 in 2016, left most of his estate to his wife Linda, who died a year later at 91. The couple left behind eight adult children – sons Paul, George, Leslie and Joseph Richard and daughters Sonia, Donia, Pauline and Marie. The couple had already drawn up a will back in 2015, but in May 2017 – just five months before her death – Mrs Nemer added a codicil, an addition or supplement to a will or part of a will that modifies or revokes it, which essentially meant a significant slice of the estate would be passed from three of her sons in favour of her daughters. Son Joseph Richard lives overseas, is not a beneficiary of the will and is not involved in the case. The dry cleaning mogul’s ‘substantial’ estate is believed to be worth millions. Picture: Facebook/Tip Top Dry CleanersSource:Facebook So far, the exact value of the will is not known, although a Supreme Court of South Australia judgment published recently described it as “substantial” and “complex”, and it is believed to involve a multimillion-dollar fortune. According to Mrs Nemer’s will, 25 per cent of the residue of… Read full this story
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