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It may sound like a silly question.  We all know a Will when we see one.  They’re usually of fairly standard appearance – headed……
Under the terms of the simple Will your executor takes charge of the assets of your estate, pays your creditors and forthwith divides the……
Superannuation funds are trust structures that provides benefit to their members upon retirement.  The main difference between self-managed superannuation funds (SMSFs) and other super……
It is common for those in marriages or de facto relationships of long-standing to make Wills that are in very similar terms.  Each partner……
To make a valid Will you (the Testator) must: be at least 18 years of age; understand and approve the nature and effects of……
Our fees for administering an estate are not calculated as a percentage of your estate. Instead, they are based on the work we carry……
You should review your Will when your circumstances change. Consider the following……
It is important that you store your Will in a secure place. After your death your Executor will need to file your original Will……
It’s difficult and uncomfortable to define “Elder abuse”. It’s a broad brush term used to define a range of physical, psychological, sexual and financial……
What is often referred to as a “mutual Will” is in fact a legally binding agreement between two parties providing that neither party will……
Thirty years after the separation Harry died interstate leaving three sisters to whom he was deeply attached. Harry hadn’t made a Will, so……
Your executor is the person you nominate in your Will to administer your estate and carry out your wishes upon your death. Read on……
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