This is a great question that everyone should consider. The answer is any person over the age of 18 should have a legal will. Nobody enjoys contemplating death. Exercising your right to create a legal will in Australia is not about dying. It is about living. Your legal will ensures that in the unlikely event …Read More
Who Should Have A Legal Will?
You should update your will under the following circumstances: Marriage In most cases marriage or remarriage automatically cancels/revokes an previous Will unless you have specifically stated in your will that you wrote it in anticipation of marriage. Divorce In many cases divorce completely cancels / revokes a will. Even if this is not the case …Read More
A will is a legal document that names the persons to receive your property and personal possessions at the time of death. These persons are called beneficiaries. Your property and possessions include all your tangible and intellectual assets and personal property. Your real estate holdings and interests, automobiles, cash in bank accounts, insurance policies, equity …Read More
A Will is a written document, in a specific format, which is designed to carry out your wishes in regards to your assets after your death. It can also provide instructions to your Executor/s on other matters, such as selecting guardians for your infant children, and your funeral/burial arrangements. A Will only comes into effect after your death. …Read More