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How to: make estate administration easier on your family

estate planningIt is always a confronting and difficult thing to think about what happens after a family member’s death, or your own.

We all want for our nearest and dearest to not be faced with unnecessary administrative challenges when dealing with our estate after we die – that is, that everything is straightforward, and the least amount of time or legal costs are involved in the process of winding up the estate.

So we thought we could put together some tips on what you can do NOW to ensure this happens: (more…)

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“Oh Why Bother?”… with a Will

“Oh Why Bother?”… with a Will – Ying Tan –

why bother with a willI am often asked the question, “Why should anyone bother to invest time and money into making a Will when it can be challenged anyway? or “Why bother with a Will at all?” (more…)

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Mortgages and Separation

Mortgages and Separation – Andrew Love –

Breaking up is hard to do. On top of the emotional impact, there are practical ramifications as well. When there’s a separation or divorce, debts you’ve accrued during the relationship, unfortunately, don’t go away. The longer a couple is together, the harder it can be to unravel all the financial connections.

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Mortgages and Separation

Mortgages and Separation – Andrew Love –

Breaking up is hard to do. On top of the emotional impact, there are practical ramifications as well. When there’s a separation or divorce, debts you’ve accrued during the relationship, unfortunately, don’t go away. The longer a couple is together, the harder it can be to unravel all the financial connections.

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By |November 7th, 2017|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

Moving Now or Moving Later? The Court’s Approach to Interim Relocation

Moving Now or Moving Later? The Court’s Approach to Interim Relocation – Adam Bak –

You’re going through a separation and want to move interstate with your kids. Relocating might sound like the best option but it’s not necessarily, especially if you’ve commenced Court Proceedings to work things out with your ex-husband or wife. If you’re thinking about relocating with children you should obtain specialist legal advice.

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