By Mitch Evelyn Talking about death with a spouse, parent, child or next-of-kin can be difficult or might seem like a morbid and faraway topic. It is for these reasons
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
Are you an executor of someone’s will? If you are an executor named in someone’s Will it means that the person who has died wants you to look after his
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