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YourLifeChoices’ first webinar with willed.com.au a success.
Many of us put off making or updating a will, but we all know we ...
Creating your will is actually a lot easier than you might think.
Members ask about alterations to a will and how to pass on half a home ...
Why we need to get our affairs in order – and keep them that way.
What to do when valuable legal documents go missing.
Marcia wants to know how much it will cost to update her will.
An unsent SMS, a message on a tractor, a poem: the courts say a valid ...
Arty wants to know if he can create a will without the help of a ...
Estate planning expert Rod Cunich helps YourLifeChoices members with their queries about wills, powers of ...
Mandatory national online register considered a big win in the fight against financial elder abuse.
You couldn’t ask for a worse son, but can you block his inheritance?
Facebook and other social media platforms may endanger your estate.
Estate planning lawyer Rod Cunich answers the questions that are most regularly asked.
Seven strange messages from the grave for those who survived.
Ten million Australians are in danger of losing control of their estate.
The slightest error could void your will. And once you’re gone, you can’t fix it.
Rod Cunich answers questions about executors, gifting and donating property.
Rod Cunich answers your questions about death taxes and family obligations.
Don’t leave tough decisions up to loved ones – it’s time for an end-of-life wish ...
New laws coming into effect today can cut children out of their inheritance.
Avoiding these top five estate planning mistakes could save a lot of hassle.
Legal expert Rod Cunich helps Rob deal with threats of disinheritance.
Paul wants to know if his second wife should be the beneficiary.
Online wills are a more affordable option, but are they legally binding?
Does Centrelink gifting apply to will bequeaths?
Slater & Gordon’s online estate planning self-assessment will assist you.
We often read sensational stories about wills being challenged.
Writing a will never features highly on to-do lists but this could be a mistake.
Does Kate have any legal way of finding out if she has been disinherited?
When you go on holidays of course you do all sorts of things you wouldn't ...
Plan now while you can still make your own decisions.
What happens to an inheritance when you’re in a de facto relationship?
How to protect what matters most to you – and what happens when it’s not ...
Testamentary trusts are trusts created pursuant to your will once you pass away.
YOURLifeChoices member Mary has recently separated from her husband. As she only received a small ...
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