Other considerations – Power of Attorney & Enduring Guardianship You might have already considered making a will; or maybe you have already made one- but is having a will sufficient preparation for all the unpredictable twist and turns your future holds? Well, the answer is – it depends. It depends on your health, it depends … Continue reading “Is Having A Will Enough?”
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We’ve talked about powers of attorney and enduring powers of attorney in the past on this blog. In summary, these are instruments allowing a person (the attorney) to be given the authority to act on another person (the principal’s) behalf in relation to financial matters. The attorney must at all times act in the best … Continue reading “Help! I’m not sure if the Power of Attorney is being abused!”
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Lately we’ve been getting a number of enquiries about surrogacy in foreign countries. Those who make those enquiries are normally frustrated in relation to the surrogacy process within NSW or within Australia. In a recent case before the Family Court, Justice Ryan said: “…the commissioning parents’ goal of the safe arrival of a longed for […]