6 Mar 2017
I’ve been named an Executor of a Will, what do I do now?
The role of an executor is to administer the deceased’s estate in accordance with the deceased’s Will. Normally you must first obtain Probate...Read more
30 Sep 2012
Enduring Powers of Attorney - General information
An Enduring Power of Attorney allows for one person (‘the donor’) to authorise another person (‘the attorney’) to act on their behalf...
13 Apr 2011
Where there's a Will, there's a way
...But, if there isn’t a Will, there isn’t a way to ensure your property is disposed of in accordance with your wishes when you die.Read more
1 Sep 2011
Weddings and Wills
Even if you have a Will, unless it was made “in contemplation of marriage” to your current spouse, a new marriage will automatically invalidate all Wills that were made prior to the date of the marriage.Read more
30 Aug 2010
The Importance of a current Will
If you're separated from your partner, and haven't updated your Will (or don't have one) - you might want to heed this warning...
7 Dec 2010
Wills and property ownership
If property is owned as joint tenants then it does not become part of the estate and transfers by survivorship to the surviving joint tenant regardless of the contents of the will...Read more