A Year Of Great Information
by Jacqui Brauman
A year disappears very quickly, and if I write a blog a week, thatâ€™s at least 50 blogs in the working year.
Since I have been doing my Masters degree in Wills and Estate planning, my focus has very much been on providing you with lots of information about that area.
Hereâ€™s a wrap up where it is all in the one place:
- Why Do I Need A Will?
- 7 Reasons To Have A Will
- How Much Does A Will Cost?
- Death and Taxes: the Basics
- Solicitors Acting as Executors
Concepts about Wills:
- The Forfeiture Rule
- Leave a Legacy In Your Will
- Types of Gifts You Can Leave In Your Will
- Estoppel and Wills
- Mutual Wills
- Wills for Minors
- Charities In Your Will
- Life Interest Or Use and Enjoyment Trust?
- Will Disputes: New Laws For Family Provision In Victoria
- Someone Owes Me Money and Theyâ€™re Died
- Estate Proceeds Trusts: A Case Study
- Cutting Someone Out of Your Will
- Your Superannuation Is Not Your Asset
- Who Can I Leave My Superannuation Death Benefit To?
- If Super Is Not My Estate Asset, What Else Is Also Not My Estate Asset?
- What Is A Testamentary Discretionary Trust?
- 7 Errors Children Make Choosing Guardians For Their Children
- In Case of Emergency: A Case Study For Single Parents
- Is Estate Planning Just For the Elderly?
- Terminally Ill – Should I Take My Super Or Not?
- The Sandwich Generation
- How Can I Talk To My Parents About Their Estate Plan?
- The Foolproof Way To Provide For Your Kidsâ€™ Education
- Family Members Who are Vulnerable or Have Disabilities