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Disputing a Will: Making a claim for further provision

If you have been left a smaller portion of an estate under a will or been left out altogether you ...
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Four Estate Planning Documents Every Australian Needs

It is estimated that approximately half of all Australians die without a will in place.  If you die without a ...
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Can I Dispute a Will?

The death of a loved one is an incredibly traumatic occasion for the whole family. However, this occasion can become ...
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5 things to consider when a loved one passes away

5 things to consider when a Loved One has passed away Introduction Losing a loved one is a difficult time ...
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Who should I appoint as Executor of my Will?

When making a will it is usual to appoint an Executor whose job it is to ensure your wishes are ...
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When to revise your will – 6 key life events

Having written here about the importance of having a will and provided you tips for appointing your executor here – ...
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Why do you need a Will – what happens if you don’t have one?

  If a person dies without a valid Will this is described as dying intestate. Part 3 of the Succession ...
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Storage of Safe Custody Documents

As many of you know, when you attend with us to prepare an enduring document such as a will or ...
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Life events that may impact your Will

We lawyers always impress upon people the importance of planning for the best but preparing for the worst. You’ve listened ...
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Just what is “Probate”?

Dealing with the death of a loved one is a difficult process, and can become more complicated as you finalise ...
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