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
My Parents Need An Enduring Power of Attorney & An Appointment of Enduring Guardian My Parents Need An Enduring Power of Attorney & Appointment of
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
Have you made a Will? Have you ever wondered what would happen if you died without a Will? Research indicates about 1 in 2 Australian
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