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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.
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
Protect yourself from financial vulnerability
Don’t risk it, prepare your Enduring Power of Attorney for financial matters today.
There is no excuse for elder abuse
Elder abuse can have a terrible impact on the wellbeing of an older person.
Ideas to drive your dollars further
We are living longer and healthier lives, anything you can do to save money today will better prepare you for tomorrow
Checking in on your credit card debt
Credit card debts can blow out if left unchecked, don’t get caught out
Paying for your funeral in advance
Reduce the financial burden on your loved ones by paying for your funeral ahead of time
Your gifts and your will
Before you write your will consider the assets you own and who you’d like to receive them after your passing.
Your property and your will
The things you need to know about your property so you can ensure that it is dealt with according to your wishes
Things to know about your estate and your will
If you don’t have a will, State and Territory laws determine who benefits from your estate
Preparing a deceased estate property for sale
This can be an emotional time for the family of the deceased especially if the property to be sold is the family home