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TRISs and Traps

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Superannuation

From 1 July 2017, the tax exemption for transition to retirement income streams (TRIS) will end. That change was effected by the superannuation reforms...

How can I change or revoke my will? A general introduction

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Wills, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Law

We here at FindLaw have consistently emphasised the importance of creating a valid will – especially if you have substantial assets, and beneficiaries....

Retirement Living and Aged Care Accommodation Incentives

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law

Queensland’s population aged 65 and over is accelerating and the demand for retirement living is set to double by 2027. With this large demographic shift...

Binding Death Benefit Nomination

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Estate Planning, Succession Planning

A binding death benefit nomination displaces the trustee’s discretion in regard to the allocation of the death benefits of the deceased member. The primary...

Is there a ‘moral duty’ compelling a person to make a family provision for relatives?

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Superannuation & Elder Law, Wills, Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Inheritance Disputes, Estates

Is there a ‘moral duty’ compelling a person to make a family provision for relatives under Australian law?

Elder Law - Elder Abuse

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Superannuation & Elder Law, Powers of Attorney, Administration of Estates, Inheritance Disputes

One burgeoning area of the law that will affect us all in our old age is Elder Law, now seen as a discrete and specialised area of the law.

Understanding the Cleardocs trusts: The features

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Superannuation & Elder Law, Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates

Find out the features of discretionary trusts, fixed unit trusts, non-fixed unit trusts and hybrid trusts. Read about how the trusts operate and things...

Why it’s important to keep your will up-to-date

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Inheritance Disputes

One of the most important documents that a person will arguably ever produce is a will, and in order to ensure that the person’s estate is administered...

Getting Old

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Succession Planning

It will come to us all. And when it does for you or your parents, you will need to face the myriad of choice on offer for residential care.

Elder Law – what you need to know about getting old.

Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law

One burgeoning area of the law that will affect us all in our old age is Elder Law, now seen as a discrete and specialised area of the law.

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