Yes, you should.
- enables the administration of the estate to proceed more rapidly.
- not necessary to wait for the grant of probate to be made in Western Australia before resealing the grant in England.
- if some beneficiaries resided in England and some in Australia. then assets in England could be left to the English beneficiaries and those in Australia to the Australian beneficiaries
- the cost of transferring funds from one country to another together with the risk of foreign exchange losses would be avoided.