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3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Updating Your Will Following Separation

February 15, 2021

What does separation mean for your Will? It is no surprise that we get asked this question a lot. In 2018, nearly 50,000 divorces were granted in Australia equalling over 42% of the total number of marriages registered that same year. While there is a lot to consider when you’re in the throes of separation, your Will and Enduring Power of Attorney is something you shouldn’t forget about.

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5 Responsibilities of Being an Executor

November 17, 2020

An executor of an estate carries out the wishes of a person after they die. Their duties include managing the estate within the terms of the Will and protecting the assets within the estate. Executors can be appointed by the person making the Will or, if no person is appointed prior to their death, by the Court. Breaching responsibilities can make the executor personally liable to pay the estate for any loss or damage suffered because of this breach. 

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Do I still need a Will in a de facto relationship?

May 18, 2020

If you or someone you care about is in a de facto relationship, it is very important to consider how assets, business, property, and estate may or may not be protected.

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Wills for Blended Families: How to look after your kids and second spouse

January 16, 2020

Simply put, a Shareholder Agreement is an agreement between the shareholders of a company. It sets out each shareholder’s rights and obligations.

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Updating your Will

September 13, 2018

One of the most important factors when protecting your family is ensuring you have an up-to-date Will. Not only does life evolve, but there are some circumstances in which your Will might be revoked or ineffective and you will need to prepare a new one.

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