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Wills, estates and planning ahead
How do you make a valid will, and what happens if you don't leave a will? What does an executor do? And how can you ensure your wishes are followed if you become incapacitated?
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Excellent procedural information to assist executors or next of kin. Includes information on what to do after someone dies, who to notify after someone dies, and what to do with the estate.
This chapter of the Law handbook covers all aspects of wills and estates law including making or changing a will, probate, intestacy, the estate, contesting a will, family provision, and funerals.
A plain language guide to wills, estates, planning ahead and funerals, dealing with issues including making or changing a will, power of attorney, planning ahead, probate, and funerals.
A free government initiative to help people notify government and non-government agencies, organisations and institutions that someone has died using a single online notification.
NSW legislation dealing with probate and administration of wills.
NSW legislation dealing with wills, including making a will, family provision, and intestacy.
This looseleaf service has detailed information on topics including wills, probate, intestacy, estate administration, grants of administration, family provision, and costs and fees.
This chapter of the Law handbook deals with disability law, including guardianship and the National Disability Insurance Scheme.
Find information from Services Australia about what to do following a death, including who to notify and bereavement allowance and payments.
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