Articles matching Planning Your Estate


Grant of Probate Lawyers Sydney

Filed under: Estate Planning, Administration of Estates, Probate

Grant of Probate and Executors, the role of an executor is centred on the proper administration of a deceased’s estate. Often multiple executors are appointed...

Are Trusts just for the wealthy?

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Trusts

No, Trusts are not just for the wealthy. Trusts, are a well accepted and expert way to deal with a number of issues that can arise in any family, rich...

How to stop paying tax and other debts on your inheritance

Filed under: Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Family Provisions

The best way is to ask your parents to see an expert business and estate planning lawyer (like Leigh Adams Business Lawyers) who can structure their affairs...

Family Provision Claim on a Disputed Estate

Filed under: Wills, Estates, Family Provisions

In today’s world, it is becoming increasingly common for people to be part of blended families where the children’s parents have remarried. In such cases,...

What options does a person have in dealing with future matters if they are incapacitated?

Filed under: Guardianship & Administration, Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney

Many individuals choose to provide for the future possibility that they may be incapacitated either through illness or a mental issue that will prevent...

When will a person be declared legally dead under Australian law?

Filed under: Estate Planning, Administrative Law

It’s often remarked that there are two certainties in life: death and taxes. We’ll ignore the taxes component and instead, we’ll take a closer look at...

What effect does marriage have on a will?

Filed under: Wills, Marriage and Civil Partnerships

If you have already created a will, congratulations! Having a will is one of the most important documents that a person can produce if they have a number...

Some things to keep in mind before granting someone Power of Attorney

Filed under: Powers of Attorney

Hoping for the best, but planning for the worst. What you should know about powers of attorney.

The rules of intestacy in Australia

Filed under: Wills, Estate Planning, Estates, Family Provisions

One of the most important things a person can do is to have a valid will. However, death can occur unexpectedly and if there is no valid will, the estate...

Undue influence and equity: What happens if one party is stronger than the other?

Filed under: Equity & Trusts

In equity, when one party holds a stronger position when compared to another party, and compels the weaker party from making a free and independent decision,...

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