Rod Cunich

About Author
For more than 33 years Rod Cunich has been helping clients plan for their future by finding practical solutions to legal matters. When it comes to succession, business, corporate and commercial law and practice, he is a leader in his field.

Rod is a good listener and spends the time to get to know his clients on a personal level, earn their trust and work with them to achieve positive outcomes of value. It is through careful planning that he is able to so effectively help clients attain certainty and minimise worrying risks. He holds the firm’s values of pursing social justice close to his heart.

‘With succession planning no two matters are the same,’ says Rod. ‘Each case is a problem-solving puzzle which sees me working with interesting people and achieving outcomes clients often think are impossible to achieve.’

Rod currently manages Slater & Gordon’s Succession Planning, Probate and Estate Administration Division nationally. From his humble beginnings on the wheat and sheep farm in central NSW to now being a director of numerous companies and Not for Profit organisations, Rod has earned a reputation from his ability to designing and implementing practical solutions that work.



Estate planning & wills

The must-ask estate planning questions…do you know the answers?

How well have you planned?

Estate planning & wills

Take an estate planning self-assessment

Slater & Gordon's online estate planning self-assessment will assist you.

Legal & General

Trusts: would you benefit from one?

Legal expert Rod Cunich explains how trusts work and who should use one.

Legal & General

Is a will worth the paper it’s written on?

We often read sensational stories about wills being challenged.

Legal & General

Wills: time to leave your legacy

Writing a will never features highly on to-do lists but this could be a mistake.

Legal & General

Estate planning – do your debts die with you?

What happens to debts when you die? Is your family responsible for paying them off?

Finance News

New relationship, new Will?

Rod Cunich explains the consequences of relationship changes on your Will.

Finance News

Have I been disinherited?

Does Kate have any legal way of finding out if she has been disinherited?

Legal & General

DIY will kits

How to activate probate when in possession of a DIY will, and are such kits are actually a

Legal & General

Protecting beneficiaries from themselves

When preparing your will you may have to consider if your beneficiary is fit to deal with an

Legal & General

What matters most

How to protect what matters most to you - and what happens when it's not done right.

Legal & General

20 most common estate-planning mistakes

It's often the little things that bring you unstuck and your family into conflict.

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