Cryptocurrency has experienced significant growth over the past decade, garnering attention from investors, traders, and even family law practitioners. As the digital revolution continues to… Read More »Cryptocurrency and Family Law in Australia
Wills & Estates
The concept of interdependency was introduced into the Superannuation Industry (Supervision) Act 1993 in 2005 as a way to recognise relationships that were outside of… Read More »Superannuation Claims – What is an ‘Interdependency Relationship’?
Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship are both important legal concepts of particular relevance to elderly people who no longer have the capacity to… Read More »The Difference Between a Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship
Do you know where your spouse or parent made a Will? If so, do you know where they keep it? Do they keep it in… Read More »How do I find a Will after Someone Dies?
In these unprecedented times, there is a renewed emphasis on family. People once again realize the importance of caring for their loved ones, especially older… Read More »Everything You Need to Know about a Granny Flat Agreement
Great news! You have just learned that a relative you never even knew of named you as a beneficiary in his Will. Unfortunately, that is… Read More »What are my rights as a Beneficiary in a Will or an Estate?
One very common question asked of lawyers, is what’s the difference between a Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. The answer is partly to do… Read More »Difference Between Power of Attorney and Enduring Power of Attorney