Social Distancing and Time Spending As we adapt to a new normal where we are encouraged to be practising social distancing and self-isolation, many families are quarantining themselves from everyone but their immediate families. For recently separated families or those that are going through the Family Court proceedings, the situation is made all that more… Read more »
WE ARE OPEN FOR BUSINESS In these unprecedented times, we want to provide assurance about the measures we are taking to continue to operate effectively whilst ensuring the health and safety of our clients, employees and community. We are closely monitoring the ever changing COVID-19 situation and are following the advice of the Government and… Read more »
It is important to understand the structure of a trust when drafting a will to ensure that the day to day control of the trust can continue without significant delay on death of a client.
If you have recently separated and have not yet undertaken a property settlement, you need to be aware of the recent changes made by the Federal Circuit Court of Australia and Family Court of Australia for assets less than $500,000 – PPP500 cases
We provide an out of office service to clients who due to age, illness or physical incapacity are unable to attend our office in person to complete their will, Enduring Power of Attorney or Advance Care documents.