There may be times when someone you know and have a close relationship with passes away, and you feel as though you are entitled to some aspects of their estate. If you believe you have a legitimate claim to such assets but are not named in the will, and not a member of their immediate […]
In an effort to prepare his or her family members in the event of passing away, someone may put together a last will and testament. This legal document puts one person in charge of distributing the property and estate of the deceased. The process isn't always smooth sailing, however – some people may contest the […]
The process of dividing up an estate after a death is a process steeped in the trauma of losing a loved one, and it can sometimes come with its own unexpected complications.
Nearly 14 years after the acclaimed Godfather of Soul’s death, the feud over James Brown’s estate might finally be coming to a close.
Dust disease standards are changing in New South Wales, though not necessarily for the better.
With so much uncertainty on the horizon as a result of COVID-19, the old conventions for retirement planning and asset liquidation don’t carry the same weight.
The global COVID-19 crisis has had an impact on estate planning.
Superannuation fund forced to refund extra charges for member
NSW is moving up proposed coal dust rules to help protect workers from dust disease
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