Category: Wills and Estates

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What Not To Include In Your Will

Your last will and testament is an important document giving instructions about how you wish your family to handle your ...
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Recently Married? Here’s Why You Should Update Your Will

Your will is one of the most critical parts of your estate planning. We all want to feel that our ...
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Wills and Estates: Why are my finances relevant to my estate claim?

It can feel very unfair if you have been left out of a Will or not received as much as you thought you might. Unfortunately, ...
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Wills and Estates: What is the process for contesting a Will?

Family court orders are legally binding, making it an offence to breach one. If you are found to have broken a court order, there may ...
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Wills and Estates: Why you should act quickly to dispute a Will.

Family court orders are legally binding, making it an offence to breach one. If you are found to have broken a court order, there may ...
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Wills and Estates: I’ve Been Left Out of the Will – What Can I Do?

The death of a loved one can be one of the most stressful times in a persons life. It’s right up there with the top ...
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Family Law – What Happens if a Family Court Order Is Breached?

Family court orders are legally binding, making it an offence to breach one. If you are found to have broken a court order, there may ...
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updating your enduring power of attorney after divorce

It may seem reasonable to some to believe that if one partner has a greater earning capacity, they get more share. In reality, there is ...
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Myth: The Primary Earner Gets More In A Property Settlement

It may seem reasonable to some to believe that if one partner has a greater earning capacity, they get more share. In reality, there is ...
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How To Remove The Executor Of Your Estate

One critical way of combating violence in the home is to empower individuals to remove themselves from these situations. What avenues are available to those ...
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