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How to be an executor of a Will
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
Strange bequests people make in their Wills
People sometimes do make strange bequests in their last Will and testament
Executor Assistance when you need it most
State Trustees provides assistance when Executors would like to retain their role but offset specific estate administration tasks to experts that can deal with legal and financial matters.
Do your loved ones know where to look for your Will?
Write, register and store your important documents. They are your voice. Don’t leave them to chance.
A ‘Life Admin’ you must ENDURE
One task that we always place in the ‘Life Admin’ box is preparing Powers of Attorney. Learn about why you need one and how you get started.
Protecting your disabled child
The purpose of this article is to provide solutions on how to manage your affairs so that your disabled child can benefit from the future setup for them.
Paying for your funeral in advance
Reduce the financial burden on your loved ones by paying for your funeral ahead of time
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
A checklist for choosing a guardian
Safeguarding your child’s emotional, social and cultural development
Things to consider when preparing to make a will
Consider the following before you set out to prepare and record your final wishes in your will
Five reasons why young people need wills
Making a will is something everyone over 18 should do but many people don’t get around to it