Legal & General

Welcome to the YourLifeChoices Legal page. Our Power of Attorney information provides you with relevant knowledge to make the decision if it is for you, while our Wills page gives you all the information you need to decide what you want to do when you leave it all behind.

Estate planning: is your will in need of a review?

Lawyer and author Rod Cunich explains when it's time to check your will.

Your queries about executors answered

We all need to ensure we have end-of-life plans in place in a timely fashion to minimise the

Is there a safe way to block estranged child from will?

Can Angie block an estranged daughter from her will without creating a drawn-out challenge after

New reporting rules mean financial hardship must stay on credit report

Financial Rights Legal Centre chief executive officer Karen Cox speaks up.

What the new consumer law changes mean for your rights

The Australian Consumer Law is set for some big changes this year.

Common mistakes when writing your will

Don't leave your loved ones with a mess by failing to deal with these issues.

Push for tougher power of attorney laws to protect elderly

Queensland has introduced new laws to protect the elderly from financial abuse.

Divorcees missing out on share of major asset

Did you know that superannuation is a divisible asset?

What happens when you default on a mortgage?

Like any big commitment, breaking a mortgage can have serious consequences.

Are ‘homemade’ updates to a will valid?

Members ask about alterations to a will and how to pass on half a home to ‘children'.

Explained: A simple checklist for creating your own will

Creating your will is actually a lot easier than you might think.

How to set up a fund for the grandchildren; how to find an executor

Estate planning expert Rod Cunich answers your questions on trust funds and executors.

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