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Asset rich and cash poor – What are the options for our ageing population?
The right option for an "asset rich and cash poor" ageing population depends upon personal circumstances and objectives.
Australia
25 Jul 2019
2
Burial or cremation – Who ultimately decides?
Very few people seem to have actually considered how they would like their remains to be disposed of after their death.
Australia
13 Jun 2019
3
The importance of Wills in family law matters
As important as having a will, you should ensure that your Will is always current with your individual circumstances.
Australia
11 Mar 2019
4
What to do in cases of multiple executors to a Will?
If there could be conflict between co-executors, consider ensuring that the Will gives the solicitor the casting vote.
Australia
5 Mar 2018
5
What happens when there is conflict between the Executors of a Will?
Conflict between executors can result in administration delays, increased costs and stress to all interested parties.
Australia
2 Mar 2018
6
What impact does having assets overseas have on your Will?
If you have assets in more than one country, ensure that your Will (or Wills) properly disposes of your worldwide assets.
Australia
26 Feb 2018
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Legal fees in Family Law matters – How to get them under control?
Coleman Greig solicitors take steps to ensure that family court legal fees do not get out of control.
Australia
19 Dec 2017
8
Putting paternity claims to rest
The exhumation of Salvador Dali's remains may open a floodgate for other people with claims to high-profile individuals.
Australia
31 Oct 2017
9
The importance of a professionally drafted Will
A poorly drafted Will can cause problems for the executor and beneficiaries, and lead to a significant increase in costs.
Australia
6 Sep 2017
10
I am the Executor of a small estate - should I bother seeking a Grant of Probate?
While there is a saving in not applying for a Grant of Probate of a small estate, sometimes an application may be wise.
Australia
21 Jul 2017
11
An A – Z of Estate Planning
There are these four documents that are usually recommended for people to have in place for a complete estate plan.
Australia
25 May 2017
12
What could the upcoming superannuation changes mean for estate planning?
It's important to be aware of what these changes in the super law mean to estate planning objectives and strategies.
Australia
12 Apr 2017
13
Choosing an executor of your will - Things to consider
The choice of an executor is important, as this is whom you appoint in your Will to administer your estate when you pass.
Australia
3 Mar 2017
14
Elder financial abuse is on the rise - Dont ignore the red flags!
The ALRC is presently conducting an inquiry to identify and best protect older Australians from any type of elder abuse.
Australia
7 Feb 2017
15
Five common mistakes made by executors of estates
This "honour" comes with responsibilities, deadlines, family issues and even the risk of being personally liable.
Australia
3 Nov 2016
16
Is your SMSF binding death benefit nomination bulletproof?
When it comes to the requirements for BDBNs in the context of SMSFs, the provisions of the trust deed are paramount.
Australia
6 Sep 2016
17
Appointing a guardian if you pass away before your child turns 18
Unless a testamentary guardian is appointed under your Will, any person with 'sufficient interest' can apply for guardianship.
Australia
21 Aug 2016
18
I've built a great online presence - What happens when I die?
You should have a plan in place regarding the management of your digital assets in the event of death or incapacity.
Australia
6 May 2016
19
The use of discretionary trusts in estate planning
Discretionary Trusts are probably the most widely used type of trust, used to distribute income among family members.
Australia
18 Nov 2015
20
Making your Will? Here are six things to consider
It is very important to make a Will to ensure that, on your death, your assets pass to the people that you have chosen.
Australia
18 Nov 2015
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