Scroll for more

down-arrow-icon
June 28, 2021—

Attorney conflict transactions

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
In Queensland, an Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to appoint someone you trust (your attorney) the power to make decisions about personal (including health) matters and/or financial matters for…
read more
February 25, 2021—

Family provision applications – will I end up in Court?

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
If you have been excluded from someone’s Will, you may be eligible to make an application to the Court for a portion, or a larger…
read more
February 1, 2021—

The minefield of the Mutual Will

Written by: Chloe Kopilovic
The concept of Mutual Wills is certainly not an easy one to understand.  However, as blended families become more common, Mutual Wills are often used…
read more
January 27, 2021—

Make estate planning part of your new year resolution

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
This past holiday season, you may have had the opportunity to catch up and spend some time together with family, friends and loved ones. As…
read more
December 15, 2020—

Enduring Power of Attorney & Advance Health Directive forms – what’s new?

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
Changes to Queensland’s guardianship laws took effect on 30 November 2020. As part of those changes, new Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA) and Advance Health Directive…
read more
November 5, 2020—

4 myths when it comes to your superannuation

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
Considering your superannuation is an important undertaking when looking at your estate planning. To avoid unintended consequences, it is crucial that you understand how your…
read more
October 28, 2020—

A refresh on Powers of Attorney in Queensland

Written by: Chloe Kopilovic
Having an Enduring Power of Attorney is equally as important as having a Will. Sometimes an Enduring Power of Attorney is referred to as a ‘living…
read more
September 28, 2020—

Blended families – Questions you should be asking

Written by: Duncan MacDougall
We regularly deal with clients whose life stories include divorce, separation and children from previous relationships. Estate planning for blended families can often pose significant…
read more
September 22, 2020—

Executors and Trustees – Should you be Seeking Direction from the Court?

Written by: Chloe Kopilovic
*I have used the words ‘executor’ and ‘trustee’ in this blog interchangeably. Being an executor or trustee can be a challenging role. You are tasked…
read more
1 2 3 4 16

Subscribe to our Newsletter

Subscribe to our newsletter to get updates on everything Wills, Estates and Probate.