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The Australian people hold $3.5 trillion in superannuation. The number is so large it is hard to fathom, but so many Australians have not taken steps to protect their money passing to the next generation. When a person passes away, they often leave behind life insurance and sums of money

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When thinking about your Will and who you will provide for, often people do not make provisions for their parents. In Western Australia, there are certain classes of people that can contest an estate under limited circumstances. Section 7(1) of the Family Provision Act 1972 (“the Act”) states that certain

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Elder abuse is a pressing concern in Western Australia, as it is in many parts of the world. It is estimated that around 1 in 20 older people in Western Australia will experience some form of abuse. With an aging population, it is crucial to understand the legal avenues available

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Traditionally DIY Wills have been offered through outlets such as post offices, offering a standard template for individuals to fill in as their Will. However, there has recently been a rise in the ability to create a DIY Will online through companies such as Safewill. These processes allow individuals to

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The process of drafting a Will is an important legal task that allows individuals to distribute their assets to their chosen beneficiaries. While wills primarily serve the purpose of ensuring the smooth transfer of assets, it is equally crucial to consider the protection of vulnerable beneficiaries who may be unable

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