How to include Cryptocurrency in your Will
Cryptocurrency is becoming a popular way to store wealth – it’s anonymous, doesn’t require a bank and therefore usually has low fees. If you own any cryptocurrency, it is worthwhile considering how you might include it in your will. Despite being relatively popular, cryptocurrency is still a concept that many...Read More
Don’t Forget After A Relationship Separation You Need To Make A New Will
Many of us know that when you get married or divorced you should make a new Will. However have you ever thought about making a new Will when you and your partner separate? While you are your partner are going through a separation, and before the divorce is finalised, any...Read More
What To Do When Someone Dies
If someone dies leaving a valid Will you have to apply for probate. Probate is the process of proving a deceased person’s Will to the Supreme Court. Once probate is granted, the executor named in the deceased person’s Will who has made the application for the grant of probate has...Read More
Statutory Wills – When And Why Will A Court Make An Order?
What is a Statutory Will? A statutory Will is a Will that is made on behalf of another person in accordance with a court order. In Western Australia the Wills Act 1970 (WA) (“the Wills Act”) sets out the requirements for a valid Will. One of the requirements to make...Read More