Literally, a testamentary trust is a trust in a will. A testamentary trust is also referred to as a will trust and is a trust that arises upon the death of the testator, who is specified in the will. A will may contain more than one testamentary trust and may address all or any portion …Read More
What is a Testamentary Trust?
>Yes, you should have a will. You have spent a lifetime building your portfolio. If you are concerned about who will receive your assets and personal property, you can determine the rightful recipients by creating a will. A will protects your family and loved ones and assures that your assets are distributed according to your …Read More
> Since superannuation became compulsory in the 90’s, it has become one of the major assets that you will hold in your lifetime. Because it is such an important asset (and often has life insurance attached to it, making it even more significant) it is important to know how it is dealt with if you …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