A Will is a legal document which sets out how you as the Will-maker (“the Testator”) want your assets to be dealt with after you
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An Executor is someone who is appointed in a Will to take on certain responsibilities when the will-maker (known as the “Testator”) dies. Those responsibilities
There are a few different ways to challenge a Will, one of the main ways is by making what is known as a family provision
One of the ways to challenge a Will is to make what is called a Family Provision Act claim (FPA claim). Only particular people known
There are a few steps involved in obtaining a commercial lease, one of the first steps for the Tenant (known as the “Lessee”) once they
Selling or buying a property can be very daunting and is probably one of the most stressful things you can do in life. So, it
My parent has lost capacity and an application has been made to the NCAT Guardianship Division to appoint a Financial Manager & a Guardian …
The Tribunal – Where a person loses capacity without having previously prepared a private Enduring Power of Attorney or an Appointment of Enduring Guardian, an
My Parents Need An Enduring Power of Attorney & An Appointment of Enduring Guardian My Parents Need An Enduring Power of Attorney & Appointment of
How does Covid 19 affect Commercial or Retail Leases? Non-payment of rent would ordinarily amount to a breach of the Lease by a tenant (“Lessee”)
Family Law Time Limits are important dates provided for in the Family Law Act. We are often asked ‘what are the time limits in Family
Thinking of buying of the plan?. Buying a property can be a confusing process, even more so when it involves an off the plan contract.
We have many people ask us ‘Can a Will be invalid because of “suspicious circumstances”? There is a “presumption of law” that a Will is
Acting as an Executor is a very important role. So what is an Executor – An Executor is a person who you appoint in your
How do assets pass to beneficiaries of an estate if both owners of jointly owned property die at the same time?
So how do assets pass to Beneficiaries when both owners die? Property that is owned by two or more people can be owned in two
So what happens when your child dies and you are in dispute over his estate?. Peter and Jenny had a child, Matthew, but later separated
Consumers who suffer distress and disappointment due to tourism providers and holiday package operators failing to deliver on their contractual promises to supply pleasure and relaxation could soon face more claims following the decision of the Moore v Scenic Tours Pty Ltd  HCA 17 (24 April 2020)
Well before our mother's demise Geoff Brazel was of enormous assistance in preparing document that made our mother and us feel much more secure.
On her demise both yourself and Geoff responded with sensitivity and empathy. We were guided through the often complex and daunting process in a way that gave us great confidence.
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