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What happens when a will can’t be found?

YourLifeChoices member Dee says her father has died but that no will can be found. She asks estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.

Seniors Finance

How best to plan for when ‘that’ day comes

Loes has an adult child with a disability and wants to start preparing for the day when she is no longer around to care for him. She asks estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.

Lifestyle

Son’s focus on writing will upsets mum

Sonia does not want to make all three children executors of her will and says her son is making her feel uncomfortable with his questions. She asks psychologist Dr Emmanuella for guidance.

Seniors Finance

Can Susie block an estranged child from contesting wills?

Does Susie need to lodge her will with a solicitor? And can she ensure an estranged child cannot contest the will? She asks estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.

Legal & General

How best to prepare will to leave out an estranged child

David and his wife say they have tried unsuccessfully to reconnect with an estranged child but that it is time to review their will and leave them out. Rod Cunich offers guidance.

Finance

How best to favour one child in will

Eddy has two adult children. One has done well in life and the other is struggling. He asks estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich about the ramifications if he leaves more in his will to the ‘struggler’.

Finance News

How to deal with stepson’s query relating to late father’s will

Jane is the administrator of her husband’s will and a stepson has queried part of the process. She has asked estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.

Finance

Where there’s a will, there’s Rod Cunich

Estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich has help hundreds of YourLifeChoices members with their queries about wills and end-of-life planning. We decided it was time to find out more about the man behind the answers.

Finance

Is it too late to seek details of late father’s will?

When Lorraine’s ex-husband died, his children never saw the will and were never given adequate advice by a solicitor. She wants to know if it is now too late to pursue information.

Legal & General

Brian is planning ahead to limit issues after his death

Brian has several questions relating to Powers of Attorney and pre-paid funerals. He has asked estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich for guidance.

Finance

Will father’s death affect inheritance from grandmother?

Estate lawyer Rod Cunich explains how a father’s terminal illness may affect a yet-to-be-realised inheritance from his late mother.

Finance

Can Katy contest her parents’ 20-year-old will?

Twenty years ago, Katy’s parents left the family home to just one child. Estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich reveals whether she can contest the will.

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