- 25: What is your excuse for not having a will?
- 9: Caveats over wills – use wisely
- 4: Not all is lost if you can’t find the original will
- 22: Disentitling Conduct – Mind your manners
- 8: Have you considered your digital assets in your estate plan?
- 17: When should you review your will?
- 8: Who is a spouse or de facto partner of a deceased?
- 1: Probate or Letters of Administration – What should you be applying for?
- 27: Protective Trusts: Protecting the vulnerable from themselves
- 19: A court-ordered will – why getting it right is crucial
- 26: RKC v JNS  QSC 313 – Statutory Will
- 23: Can my partner’s lover claim against my partner’s estate?
- 26: Can my attorney access my Will?
- 17: Rea Costello (deceased)  SASC 134 – Avoiding uncertainty when preparing a Will
- 30: What are the requirements for receiving a distribution from an estate?
- 25: Does an Executor have to conduct a “reading of the Will”?
- 24: Will an applicant be awarded costs if their claim for further provision from an estate is unsuccessful?
- 22: Laing v Laing  QSC 194 – To bury or to cremate?
- 18: Horwood v Ah Shay  QDC 199 – When will provision be made for a step-child from a small estate?
- 3: When is a solicitor responsible for their client passing away without a Will?
- 27: Can my step-children contest my Will? When is a step-child, a child?
- 14: Can someone make a Will if they are under the age of 18?
- 24: In the Matter of David Wayne Swan  SASC 65 – A cautionary tale of a charitable trust
- 18: Can a beneficiary be forced to forfeit their rights under a Will?
- 10: Lemon v Lemon & Anor  QSC 123: A new precedent for admitting a copy of a Will to Probate
- 10: In what circumstances will a Court refuse to re-seal a grant of Letters of Administration from another state?
- 27: What happens when an Administrator of an Estate is also a superannuation fund beneficiary? Is there a conflict of interest?
- 21: Distributing a Deceased Estate
- 5: Living forever through your Estate plan – an interesting new development in virtual existence after death
- 9: Deceased Estate Debts
- 3: What changes can be made to distributions in a Will after the Will maker has passed away?
- 25: Philip Seymour Hoffman’s Will – What conditions can be placed on bequests?
- 20: Darveniza v Darveniza & Drakos as Executors of the Estate of Bojan Darveniza & Ors – A landmark case for Family Provision Applications
- 20: What happens to my HELP education debt if I pass away before paying it off?
- 14: Questions of capacity – when there are suspicions about a Will maker’s capacity at the time of making their Will
- 6: The top four reasons why you should not use a DIY Estate administration kit – Part 4
- 28: Rights of Adopted Children in Estate Litigation
- 12: My loved one has passed away – how do I know if they had superannuation?
- 4: The top four reasons why you should not use a DIY Estate administration kit – Part 3
- 29: What is the difference between “the right to reside” and a “life interest”?
- 21: Compensating an Attorney when a gift in a Will is destroyed, sold or given away prior to the Will maker’s death
- 14: Conduct disentitling – how far does a beneficiary have to go to write themselves out of a Will?
- 8: Haggarty v Wood – “Testamentary contract” or a Will executed under “undue influence”?
- 23: The top four reasons why you should not use a DIY Estate administration kit – Part 2
- 19: Gundy v Eatts – Redefining “child” according to Aboriginal tradition
- 17: When can the Court make a Will?
- 11: When is a Will a Will?
- 3: Competing Attorneys – What happens if I have two Enduring Powers of Attorney in place at the same time?
- 28: iWill – The latest development in informal Wills decisions
- 14: Victim of abuse of an Enduring Power of Attorney? What to do, who to tell and who can help
- 6: Protecting your wishes – Common cases where Wills have been contested
- 29: The top four reasons why you should not use a DIY estate administration kit – Part 1
- 22: Advance Health Directive – Why, When and How?
- 9: What do I do if I only have a copy of a Will?
- 2: Dismissing a Family Provision Claim
- 23: Duties of an Attorney
- 16: Legal costs when disputing a Will – don’t be fooled!
- 10: Grants of Representation
- 5: Abuse of Enduring Powers of Attorney
- 29: The top six reasons why you should not use a Will Kit – Part One
- 15: Obtaining a Grant of Probate in Queensland
- 7: The importance of reviewing your Will
- 30: Should I Lodge a Superannuation Death Benefit Claim?
- 24: Objecting to a Superannuation Death Benefit Payment
- 16: Interdependency and Superannuation Death Benefit Claims
- 28: What is the difference between an informal codicil, assignment of an interest and a renunciation/disclaimer?
- 18: Document your intentions correctly to avoid challenges to your Will
- 12: Challenging a Will in a Family Provision Application
- 8: Removal of Estate Administrator
- 23: What happens if I don’t have an Enduring Power Of Attorney?
- 12: Contesting a Will – Family Provision Applications
- 8: Cultural and religious considerations when making a Will
- 5: Do you have the capacity to make a Will?
- 3: What is a Testamentary Trust Will and why should I have one?
- 23: Estranged Children Seeking a Fairer Portion of a Small Estate
- 16: Double Payments To Children Before Death, And Under A Will
- 13: Using Adoption as an Asset Protection Strategy – A novel USA case
- 2: One Very Big Estate Dispute
- 17: Binding Death Benefit Nominations For Superannuation
- 5: Electronic Will – The Importance Of Signing Your Will
- 19: Key Personal Capital Insurance and Capital Gains Tax
- 13: Challenging a Will and Claiming against an Estate
- 3: Binding Financial Agreements and Family Provision Claims
- 29: Can Scandalous Words Be Removed From A Will After Death?
- 22: Capital Gains Tax and Life Insurance Policies in Business Wills
- 23: Enduring Powers of Attorney – Financial Abuse
- 17: Key Issues To Include In Your Will
- 10: Why every property owner needs a Will
- 7: Codicil or New Will?
- 29: Have you adequately provided for your children in your Will?
- 13: What happens when a person dies without a Will (ie Intestate)?
- 8: How to Properly Sign a Will