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How Facebook could ruin your will

Could social media endanger your assets?

How Facebook could ruin your will

Facebook and other social media platforms may endanger your estate.

Your most-asked end-of-life queries

Your most-asked end-of-life queries

Your most-asked end-of-life queries

Estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich answers the questions that are most regularly asked.

Seven of the whackiest wills ever

Seven of the whackiest wills ever

Seven of the whackiest wills ever

Seven strange messages from the grave for those who survived.

Ten million ‘lack the will’

Ten million Australians don’t have a will: study

Ten million ‘lack the will’

Ten million Australians are in danger of losing control of their estate.

Creating a will without legal help?

Creating a will without legal help?

Creating a will without legal help?

Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a ...

When should you review your will?

When should you review your Will?

When should you review your will?

The slightest error could void your will. And once you’re gone, you can’t fix it.

How much to update a will?

How much to update a will?

How much to update a will?

Marcia wants to know how much it will cost to update her will.

Can an executor delegate the task?

Can an executor delegate the task?

Can an executor delegate the task?

Rod Cunich answers questions about executors, gifting and donating property.

Writing a will with homes in two countries

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Writing a will with homes in two countries

Rod Cunich answers your questions about death taxes and family obligations.

Is this on your end-of-life wish list?

Is this on your end-of-life wish list?

Is this on your end-of-life wish list?

Don’t leave tough decisions up to loved ones – it’s time for an end-of-life wish ...

New inheritance law starts today

New inheritance law starts today

New inheritance law starts today

New laws coming into effect today can cut children out of their inheritance.

Top five estate planning mistakes

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Top five estate planning mistakes

Avoiding these top five estate planning mistakes could save a lot of hassle.

Threats of disinheritance

older man threatens to write his son out of his will

Threats of disinheritance

Legal expert Rod Cunich helps Rob deal with threats of disinheritance.

Should she be a beneficiary?

Mature couple looking over wills

Should she be a beneficiary?

Paul wants to know if his second wife should be the beneficiary.

Are online wills legally binding?

Are online wills legally binding?

Are online wills legally binding?

Online wills are a more affordable option, but are they legally binding?

Do will bequeaths count as gifting?

Older woman and man with calculator

Do will bequeaths count as gifting?

Does Centrelink gifting apply to will bequeaths?

Can your will be challenged?

How easy is it to challenge a last will and testament

Can your will be challenged?

We often read sensational stories about wills being challenged.

The right time to write a will

Hand signing a last will and testament form

The right time to write a will

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

Have I been disinherited?

Have I been disinherited?

Have I been disinherited?

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

Plan before you fly

Before you take off – take up a Will and Power of Attorney

Plan before you fly

When you go on holidays of course you do all sorts of things you wouldn't ...

Get on with enjoying life

Plan ahead now and get on with enjoying life

Get on with enjoying life

Plan now while you can still make your own decisions.

De facto claims on estate

De facto claims on estate

De facto claims on estate

What happens to an inheritance when you’re in a de facto relationship?

What matters most

What matters most

What matters most

How to protect what matters most to you – and what happens when it’s not ...

What is a testamentary trust?

What is a testamentary trust?

What is a testamentary trust?

Testamentary trusts are trusts created pursuant to your will once you pass away.

Take an estate planning self-assessment

Take an estate planning self-assessment

Take an estate planning self-assessment

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

Will I get his mother’s money?

Will I get his mother’s money?

Will I get his mother’s money?

YOURLifeChoices member Mary has recently separated from her husband. As she only received a small ...

Lost wills

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Lost wills

Even the most prepared amongst us can come a cropper when valuable legal ...

Where there’s a will…

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Where there’s a will…

Whether you’re leaving your fortune to your grandchildren or the local cat shelter, making ...

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