It’s that time of year again. In the weeks leading up to Christmas and the summer holidays we always experience an increase in the number of enquiries we receive from people wanting to review or prepare their Wills. Why is that? The short answer is ‘holidays’. We’ll leave it up to the psychologists to give … Continue reading “You need a Will because you’re going on holiday?”
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Dealing with Deceased Estates overseas It is challenging enough dealing with the passing of a loved one, whether they are a family member or a friend. If you have been appointed as an executor, or you expect to be an administrator of the estate, then you have the added burden of dealing with the legalities […]
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The separation process in Australia comprises of three parts, being Divorce, Parenting arrangements, and Financial matters. Over the last two months we’ve written about divorce and parenting matters. We now finish up this mini-series by discussing about property division. When it comes to property, family law considers that everything owned by the parties, whether in … Continue reading “Divorce, Family, and Property – Property Division”