Have you been left out of a Will?

Will document filled out on table.

The loss of a family member is always a difficult time, but it can become more distressing to learn that you have not been included in the Will.

Generally, a person may leave their assets to whomever they wish. However, the law recognises that there are those who relied on the deceased for support that can sometimes be unfairly left out of the Will and are therefore able to make a claim so their needs are adequately provided for.

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Fact or fiction – top 5 myths about family law property settlements


Most people know someone who has been affected by a family breakup. It is usually a very stressful and emotional time where people are anxious about the divorce, the property settlement and the emotional wellbeing and care arrangements for children.

Unfortunately, this is reflected in a great quantity of inaccurate statements, often regarded as fact by those, in the community.

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A guide to shareholder agreements

Shareholder agreement document

A company constitution is usually drafted in a standard format and does not provide protection for shareholders in the event of a dispute between them or where issues arise not covered by the constitution.

A shareholder agreement, which properly outlines the steps to be taken in the event of disputes and certain circumstances arising, can be an effective tool for avoiding the cost of litigation.

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