Estate planning & wills

Seven items your estate plan may have left out

Seven items your estate plan may have left out

Look out for your loved ones by tackling these additional estate-planning jobs.

Three things to consider when choosing a legal decision-maker

Three things to consider when choosing a legal decision-maker

Bias, background and beliefs must be talked through.

When should you make an advance health plan?

When should you make an advance health plan?

We take you through the steps you need to know to create an advance care plan.

Why you should resolve to make your will this year

Why you should resolve to make your will this year

More than half of Australian adults die without a will.

Fur babies – what you need to know about pets and wills

Fur babies – what you need to know about pets and wills

Lawyer Melisa Sloan explains how to ensure your pet is cared for after you pass away.

Could an inheritance tax be reintroduced?

Could an inheritance tax be reintroduced?

Research finds Aussie inheritances set to quadruple to $224b a year by 2050.

How property ownership can affect your will

How property ownership can affect your will

Estate lawyer tells why it's vital to know how property is owned when writing a will.

What’s involved in being an executor?

What’s involved in being an executor?

Estate planning lawyer explains the role and responsibilities of being an executor.

What happens to your super when you die?

What happens to your super when you die?

Specialist tells how to minimise tax in a superannuation death benefit.

To leave the kids an inheritance – or not?

To leave the kids an inheritance – or not?

Will sizeable inheritances create a generation of spoilt brats?

Inheritance rules and the Age Pension explained

Inheritance rules and the Age Pension explained

Will your windfall mean you lose your pension?

Seven common mistakes to avoid when writing a will

Seven common mistakes to avoid when writing a will

Small errors can invalidate a will or lead to disputes. Here's how to avoid them.

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