If your intentions have changed, then YES! It’s vital that you update your Will if you change your mind as to how you want to leave your estate if you pass away. Your testamentary intentions will have changed and this should be reflected on your Will to give your loved ones peace of mind if anything … Continue reading “Should I update my Will?”
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Writing a Will – Relationship status considerations A major relationship change signals adjustments to many other areas of life. These major relationship changes include entering into a de facto relationship or marriage as well as separation and divorce. Getting married does not automatically gift your estate to your spouse on your death. If you have … Continue reading “What does my relationship status have to do with my will anyway?”
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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”