Articles matching Planning Your Estate

Gifting The Family Home In NSW

Filed under: Wills, Property

Gifting the family home in a Will can cause a few red flags, if you don't have expert advice at the time of making your Will. What if Property is Jointly...

Domicile Issues In Contested Wills In NSW

Filed under: Wills, Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Law

Domicile is defined as the country that a person treats as their permanent home or lives in or has a connection with.

Complex Wills and Planning for the Future

Filed under: Wills, Estate Planning

As families get more complex in their make-up so does Wills and Estates Planning. This is because your Will and your Estate will need to potentially take...

What Happens When An Estate Is Insolvent?

Filed under: Wills, Estates

Estate is insolvent in NSW when the liabilities of the deceased Estate are greater that the assets of the Estate.

What are Dependent Support Claims in Contested Wills?

Filed under: Wills, Estates, Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Law

Dependent Support Claims in Contested Wills, are claims made against a deceased Estate by dependents of the deceased. They are generally made by adults...

What is Testamentary Freedom and what are the constraints and limitations associated with Testamentary Freedom?

Filed under: Succession Planning, Estates

Testamentary Freedom is the freedom afforded to a person to decide who they want their property to go to when they die.

Probate Filing Fees 2018 – Sydney Probate Lawyer

Filed under: Probate

Probate Filing Fees for 2018 In NSW follows a process and applying for Probate includes an application to the Supreme Court of New South Wales for the...

Grant of Probate Lawyers Sydney

Filed under: Estate Planning, Administration of Estates, Probate

Grant of Probate and Executors, the role of an executor is centred on the proper administration of a deceased’s estate. Often multiple executors are appointed...

Are Trusts just for the wealthy?

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Trusts

No, Trusts are not just for the wealthy. Trusts, are a well accepted and expert way to deal with a number of issues that can arise in any family, rich...

How to stop paying tax and other debts on your inheritance

Filed under: Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Family Provisions

The best way is to ask your parents to see an expert business and estate planning lawyer (like Leigh Adams Business Lawyers) who can structure their affairs...


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