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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.

NAB faces class action over superannuation ‘rip-off’

Law firm Maurice Blackburn has launched a class action against the National Australia Bank.

New year is the time to get your affairs in order

Get your financial affairs in order and start the year on the right foot.

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

Can Angie block an estranged daughter from her will without risking a drawn-out challenge? Estate

Why daughter’s challenge to will is inevitable

Jacob* wants to block an estranged daughter from his will while providing for a disabled son

Can daughters fight stealthy change to Mum’s will?

Mum quietly changes will to exclude daughters from a share of the family home. Rod Cunich tells

How do you choose a suitable power of attorney?

Estate planning expert Rod Cunich answers your questions about power of attorney powers.

Calls to change inheritance laws

Australia is one of only seven OECD countries without any inheritance, estate or gift taxes.

Will sisters’ good intentions lead to will war?

Lawyer Rod Cunich tells how best to protect will from excluded grandchildren.

Another super fund in strife

Superannuation fund facing class action over payments to financial advisers.

‘How do we stop son’s ex from plundering our estate?’

Steve fears his ex-daughter-in-law may be able to make a claim on his estate.

Should Barbara update will after her husband’s death?

Does Barbara need to update her will after her husband's death?

Can son’s separated wife claim on his mother’s will?

Caroline's son and wife are separated but not yet divorced. Can she claim on will?

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