Appointment of a Case Guardian

What happens when one party lacks capacity to provide instructions in proceedings in the Family Court arena?  For example, dementia sets in or a brain injury arising from an accident?  Or conduct [...]

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Avoid ambiguity in drafting a will

It is so easy to just breeze over assets when considering your will. After all if you own your own home unit you may just assume that the car space used by you also belongs to the unit and there [...]

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Informal alteration to a will

How easy is it to just make a handwritten alteration to a will saying “Alteration to my will”, then date the will but not arrange for any witnessing of the alteration and then staple the [...]

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What does a will look like?

You may be surprised to learn that a will need not be a formal legal document written in specific language but may comprise one or even a series of documents that will express the testamentary [...]

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