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DIY Will Kit: What is it and what do they include?

DIY Will Kit: What is it and what do they include?

What is DIY will kit, and what do they include?
What are the fees for filing Probate in Victoria 2021?

What are the fees for filing Probate in Victoria 2021?

The application process for Probate can involve a range of costs- but, they can be reimbursed!
What is the difference between a Will and a Trust

What is the difference between a Will and a Trust

When it comes to estate planning, there’s a range of options...
When do you need Probate or a Letter of Administration?

When do you need Probate or a Letter of Administration?

When someone passes, the executor or next of kin may need to apply for probate or a letter of administration.
Can my Will be contested? What you need to know

Can my Will be contested? What you need to know

There are some circumstances in which a Will may be contested in court - but having a Will is still vitally important!
Witnessing a Will: Can a family member witness my Will?

Witnessing a Will: Can a family member witness my Will?

Australian law states that you need two people to witness a will, so who can sign it?
Codicil: What is it? How Should It Be Used?

Codicil: What is it? How Should It Be Used?

More often than not, after you create your will, you might need to make changes using a codicil.
What happens to your property when you pass away?

What happens to your property when you pass away?

It's important to make sure your property is taken care of should you pass away
The Rules of Intestacy in Australia: What You Need to Know

The Rules of Intestacy in Australia: What You Need to Know

If you die without leaving a will, the rules of intestacy apply, meaning that the Court will distribute your estate
A Guide to writing a death notice

A Guide to writing a death notice

Writing a death notice can be overwhelming during an emotional time
What Happens When You Leave Debt in Your Will?

What Happens When You Leave Debt in Your Will?

When planning your estate, you should consider the debt you might leave behind.
What is an Executor of a Will?

What is an Executor of a Will?

An Executor is an important part of the estate management process
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