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Executing Your Will In A Global Pandemic Re Sheehan [2021] QSC 89 and the COVID 19 Emergency Response Act 2020 There’s nothing like a global pandemic to turn your mind to all those tasks that you’ve been putting on the
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Is Your Ex-Spouse Entitled To Make A Claim On Your Estate? Ryan v Harrison [2020] QSC 267 and the ex-wife who thought she could.   26 years before his death, Brian Harrison got divorced to Therese Ryan, and just like in 1000’s
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Changing Your Mind and Changing Your Will Re: Picking and the hack that doesn’t work Written by Lindsay Chan Everybody loves a life hack; a usually simple and clever tip or technique for accomplishing a task easily, and in a
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Friends Who Become Family. Rakovich v Marszalek [2020] NSWSC 589-Why good friends should make a will. Written by Lindsay Chan There’s a well known quote that says “ There are friends, there is family, and there are friends that become
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ARE ALL YOUR CHILDREN REALLY EQUAL? The equality problem and the hotchpot clause solution to unequal distribution of your estate. Written by Lindsay Chan Despite the usual family jokes about the favourite child, when it comes to estate planning, parents
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