In October this year the Queensland Supreme Court heard a case regarding the validity of an Informal Will. Interestingly the case examines whether an unsent text message can be accepted as an Informal Will. The case brings two questions to light. Firstly it asks us to consider whether formal Wills are still necessary in our […]
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December. Here we are again. Celebrating the end of school terms and university semesters, looking forward to overseas holidays and summer vacations, enjoying travelling around or relaxing at home, attending family gatherings for Christmas, and preparing for New Year resolutions. This is the time when it all happens. This is also the time when people […]
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Are Surrogacy Arrangements Necessary? The first legal aspect in any surrogacy process is the surrogacy arrangement. The surrogacy arrangement basically documents the understanding between the parties – that the Surrogate agrees to try to become pregnant and the child born from that pregnancy is then transferred to the Intended Parents. We’ve previously touched on the requirements … Continue reading “The General Unenforceability of Surrogacy Arrangements”
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