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What Happens If I Die Without a Will?

Your will is a legal document that determines how you want all your property (or your ‘estate’) to be dealt with after you die. It is not uncommon for people to put off making a will because, let’s face it, thinking about death and dying lacks appeal.

Relocation Order

Relocating and Parenting Orders – Can I move with my child?

After a separation, it is natural for a person to wish to relocate interstate due to a new job, or wanting to be closer to family for support. However, having a final parenting order in place makes simply relocating with your child more complex.

Prenuptial Agreement

Prenups. I Do. I Don’t

A prenuptial agreement or ‘prenup’ is also known as a ‘binding financial agreement’ in Australia. It is a binding contract signed prior to marriage which sets out how the assets owned by each party are to be distributed upon separation. There is a preconceived notion that only the wealthy need to enter (or even consider) a prenuptial agreement. However, prenups can future-proof any or all of your assets if your marriage or relationship breaks down.

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