Category: Wills and Estates

estate

Including Funeral Arrangements In Your Estate Planning

Some people may feel that it’s too morbid to organise your own funeral arrangements, and would rather leave it to ...
Read More →
estate

Changes to superannuation visibility

If you are going through a separation or currently in court proceedings, you would be aware of the process of ...
Read More →
Woman is writing notes for her will at a table estate

It’s a matter of TRUST…

When we are elderly, unwell or vulnerable, we place our trust in organisations to prepare documents such as a Will, ...
Read More →
estatelawyer

3 Reasons To Update Your Will In 2022

With the new year fast approaching, now is a good time to start thinking about revisiting your will and making ...
Read More →
estate

What is an Executor?

An executor is a person nominated by a testator to administer their last will and testament in the event of ...
Read More →
estate

How Do I Access A Will After Someone Passes?

When a loved one passes away, there are many emotions and responsibilities that collide. There are funeral plans to be ...
Read More →
estate

4 Things You Should Include In Your Will

Your last will and testament is an important document that serves to uphold your wishes regarding the handling of your ...
Read More →
Wills and Estates

Can I Write My Will By Hand?

Provisions for how a deceased person’s estate is to be handled is an important consideration for everyone. If you are ...
Read More →
estate administration

Can estrangement impact my estate claim?

Fractured relationships are often the main reason a person will have been left out of a will. A spouse, child ...
Read More →
Woman signing a document estate

What is disentitling conduct?  How will it impact my estate claim?

In Queensland Section 41 of the Succession Act 1981 sets out the law which relates to applications for further provision.  ...
Read More →
Scroll to Top