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Estate Administration – What is Probate?

Filed under: Estate Planning, Probate & Estate Administration

One of the most common phrases you may hear concerning administering a person’s estate when they die is “obtaining a grant of probate”. However, what is...

The Importance of Succession Planning

Filed under: Trusts, Estate Planning

When running a business you want to make money to live, but a good business owner will also want that business to be worth something. You maintain and...

Appointing a Guardian for your Children in your Will

Filed under: Wills

Having a Will in place is important for a variety of reasons. One of the most overlooked reasons for having a Will is that it allows you to appoint a guardian...

Challenging a Will? Be careful when leaving family members out

Filed under: Wills

We are receiving an increasing number of enquiries about challenging Wills. Part of the reason for this is that nowadays, there are many blended families...

Wills: What, Why, When and How

Filed under: Wills

An overview of the importance and function of a will

How changes in relationship status affects your will

Filed under: Family Law, Wills

Changes in relationship status can change the validity of a will. Find out more.

Family Protection Act Claims

Filed under: Family Law, Wills

How the Family Protection Act works to redress imbalances and unfair distribution of estate assets, with case examples.

Challenging a Will on the basis of a Testamentary Promise

Filed under: Wills

What you need to do if you were promised a "reward" in a will for services given to a person while they were alive but the promise was never recorded....

The Impact of Marriage and Other Relationships on your Will

Filed under: Relationship Property, Trusts, Estate Planning, Probate & Estate Administration, Wills

Do you need to remake your will? If it was made before a marriage or a civil union you are now intestate and need a new one. Find out more.

What happens on death?

Filed under: Probate & Estate Administration, Wills

Find out what happens after a person dies when they have, and don't have, a will.

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