Wills & Trusts

Step by step legal guides on wills and trusts

Preparing a will? This article will explain the key differences you need to know between an executor and an administrator of a will.

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The executor of a will is required to carry out the wishes of the deceased. This article determines whether you can refuse the role of an executor.
If you're interested in protecting your assets for your children, a descendant's trust is likely the best option. Our article breaks this down.
Promissory estoppel is meant to keep people from going back on their promises to the detriment of others. Learn more about promissory estoppel here.
Want to learn more about the off-field legal matters that affect Australian sports? Find out more about sports law in this article.
An interim distribution of an estate refers to a legal tool for the executor of a Will to provide vulnerable beneficiaries with support via entitlements.
Probate terminology is often unclear. Read this article to find out what the term 'issue' in a will means and how it's used to distribute assets.

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Different Australian States and Territories have different requirements when it comes to witnessing a Power of Attorney (POA). Find out what they are here.
A trust itself cannot own shares in a company, however a trustee can hold them on behalf of someone else. Find out more here.
Setting up a family trust requires careful planning and an understanding of how trusts operate. Find out how to get started here.
There are many different types of interests in property. Read more to find out what property interest you possess, and what property rights come with it.

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