The Succession Act (NSW) and the Family Provision Act (ACT) allows for “eligible people” to make a claim upon your estate should they not receive what they consider to be
By Kerin Cotchett In order to make a Will, a person must have “testamentary capacity” – that is, they must be of sound mind, memory and understanding and they must be
By Kerin Cotchett Making a Will provides a legal direction to ensure that your assets and possessions are distributed as you direct and/or wish when you die. Should you die intestate
It is advisable that you should change your Will not less than every 5 years. It is most important that your Will is an accurate reflection of your testamentary wishes.
When you are formulating a Will, it is not well known that your hard-earned superannuation does not automatically form part of your estate. Generally, only assets owned in your name