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What to Do About Your Tech & Digital Assets Before You Pass Away Bambrick Legal Estate Planning Lawyers

Have you considered what may happen to your digital assets and online accounts when you pass away? Specifically, the photos and files on your mobile and laptop, or your social media

If you have been a dependent of someone who has died then this information is for you. When a person passes away, the law leaves it up to that person to decide how their assets will be shared

What is an Executor & Choosing an Executor

When preparing a Will, you are required to choose an executor or executors who will be responsible for the administration of your estate. It is important to choose the right person for the

A prenup (Binding Financial Agreements) allows you to enter into an agreement with your partner and set your own rules for the division of property in the event of separation.

Most people associate the word caveat with restraints over land and certificates of title. When you use that word in relation to a deceased estate, it actually relates to the Will of

If you own anything, and you want a say in who gets access to it when you pass away, then it is recommended you have a Will. Here are 6 interesting facts about your will:

A loved one has passed away. Who will arrange the funeral? What will happen with the body – burial or cremation? The answer may lie in the Will. A carefully prepared Will appoints an

A primary concern of parents who have a child with a disability is how their child is going to be supported when they pass away. With a properly prepared SDT in place, it will cover the

You are probably aware that a properly drawn Will is designed to deal with your assets once you have passed away. Most Wills appear to be fairly straightforward, however, many Wills and

A testamentary trust is a trust which arises upon the passing of the testator and is created by his or her Will. There are many reasons why you may opt for a Will creating a testamentary trust over

Estate Planning & Purchasing Real Estate - Bambrick Legal Estate Planning Lawyers

When purchasing a property with someone, there are two ways in which you can purchase that property; Joint Tenants and Tenants in Common. If you own your property as a Joint

A recent study surveyed 1,000 Australian mortgagors and found that nearly half (48%) of those surveyed do not have a Will. 18 to 40 year olds said they were motivated to get a Will after