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Category: Wills & Estates

Making a Power of Attorney in Queensland

What are Powers of Attorney? Powers of Attorney are legal documents by which a person (the principal) may appoint...

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Munro & Anor v Munro & Anor [2015] QSC 61.

The facts Mr Munro practised as a solicitor during his working life and died in August 2011 aged 66...

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What is a letter of wishes?

Introduction A letter of wishes (sometimes called a memorandum of wishes) is sometimes prepared in conjunction with the preparation...

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SMSF Strategies for Successful Succession

Self Managed Super Funds (‘SMSF’) are becoming increasing popular in Australia. The Australian Taxation Office recently reported that there...

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Child Maintenance Trust Fact Sheet

This fact sheet has been prepared to be read when considering entering into a Child Maintenance Trust deed (‘CMT’)...

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Appointing a testamentary guardian in your will

APPOINTING A TESTAMENTARY GUARDIAN FOR YOUR CHILD 7 JANUARY 2017 | wills & estates Introduction A parent or guardian...

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SMSF estate planning

HOW SELF MANAGED SUPERANNUATION FUNDS SHOULD BE DEALT WITH IN ESTATE PLANNING 7 JANUARY 2017 | wills & estates...

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Testamentary Trusts – Keeping the assets in the family

TESTAMENTARY TRUSTS KEEPING THE ASSETS IN THE FAMILY 7 JANUARY 2017 | wills & estates What are Testamentary Trusts?...

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What are your New Year’s resolutions?

What are your New Year’s resolutions? 2 JANUARY 2017 | wills & estates Wow. I cannot believe it is...

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Property Division after separation – you don’t have to wait until you’re divorced

There is sometimes a misconception that property cannot be divided until after a couple have divorced.  That is not...

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