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Estate Planning Basics

What is a Power of Attorney?

A Power of Attorney is a document pursuant to which you appoint a person(s) to manage your financial affairs, usually in circumstances where you are unable to manage your affairs yourself (for example, due to illness, unsoundness of mind or time overseas). An Enduring Power of Attorney is a Power of Attorney that only commences or continu...

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How to Bulletproof a Will from Family Provision Claims

Recently SBS Insight addressed the topic of "Making a Will".  The programme explored how the family provision laws under the Succession Act 2006 (NSW) enables a Court to effectively rewrite a person's Will where it is found that an inadequate provision has been made for an eligible person.      ...

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When to Review your Estate Planning

It is important that you keep your Estate Planning up-to-date as your circumstances change and that you are confident that nothing has been overlooked. To help you better undertand the issues relevant to Advanced Estate Planning, in 2016 we released "Advanced Estate Planning - Simple Legal Solutions". This Guide deals w...

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Planning for the Forseeable: Why Appoint an Attorney & Guardian?

what if I suffer a serious injury, illness or trauma? Fundamental to every Modern Estate Plan is considering what will happen to you and your loved ones in the event that you suffered from a serious injury, illness or trauma during your lifetime. This involves: the appointment of trusted persons to act as your attorney or guardian...

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