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Hidden in plain sight – how to spot and report elder abuse
Elder abuse is a complex issue that is estimated to impact 1 in 6 older people globally. Here’s how to spot it and what to do about it.
Will and Power of Attorney: Understanding the Difference
Most Australians will know what a will is, and some […]
What Happens to Your Will Following a Divorce?
Your relationship status is important when writing your will. If […]
Pets and Wills – What Happens to Them After You Die?
Roughly 61% of Australian households have a pet. And for […]
How to be an executor
Have you been appointed as executor of a will? Here are a few tips on how to be successful in the role.
How do you appoint an executor of a will?
Not sure where to start when choosing the executor of your will? Check out these tips on how you can get started.
Are Letters of Administration Necessary?
What are Letters of Administration and why are they important? If the deceased has no will, this step is most likely necessary.
How to challenge a will
Can you challenge the will of a deceased person and if so, what is the process? We explain how to seek further provision from a deceased estate.
Keeping our people safe while delivering essential services
At State Trustees we now have 95% of our workforce working from home. Carla Khoo who works in our client first team has written about her personal experience of how we moved to working from home
Financial literacy key to equality
Strong financial literacy is critical when it comes to having […]
Starting school brings new beginnings
Safeguard the wellbeing of your children as they prepare to start school
Be savvy and sort out your financial affairs
Leaving your finances in good will help your loved ones be financially prepared when the time comes