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Why you need a will signing.

Why You Need a Will

Everyone knows of someone who has been involved in a turbulent estate for one reason or another. Yet roughly one...
Signing Letters of Administration.

What is Probate and Letters of Administration?

When someone passes away in most cases an application must be made to the Supreme Court (“Court”) so that the...
EPA, EPG and AHD.

What are Enduring Powers of Attorney, Enduring Powers of Guardianship, Advance Health Directives

Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) Everybody owns some form of asset whether it is real estate, a bank account, a...
Estate piggy bank with superannuation written on the side.

Superannuation and Your Estate

For most, superannuation is one of their largest assets. A person’s superannuation account usually comprises of their member (employment/sacrificed) contributions...
Claiming against a deceased's estate couple.

Claiming Against a Deceased’s Estate

Under the Australian legal system, people are free to decide how they wish to distribute their assets upon their death....
Contesting a grant of probate in the Supreme Court of WA.

How To Contest a Grant of Probate?

I do not believe the Will is valid. How may I stop Probate? In probate proceedings, you may be able...
Fighting a traffic charge or offence in court.

When to Fight a Traffic Offence in Court

While not every traffic offence requires the recipient to go to court, if a charge is brought against you and...
Parents with child during divorce.

How a Child’s Wishes are Weighed Against Best Interest

The one question all parents ask themselves when separating or going through a divorce is, ‘Who will my child (or...
Notarial services signing a Power of Attorney document.

Notarial Services: When To Engage a Notary Public

A notary public, also known as a public notary or simply, notary, is most often a practising solicitor appointed by...