A look at reverse mortgages.
We look at splitting superannuation when couples separate.
Pre-nuptial agreements and questions how binding they actually are.
An examination of the pitfalls posed by social media in Family Law disputes.
Sspecial trusts designed to provide for people with disabilities after their parents have died.
Access to digital assets that is creating problems for executors of Wills and lawyers finalising deceased estates.
What can happen when a terminally person refuses medical treatment.
Whether the executor of your will can use your life insurance to pay your debts when you die.
The value of family trusts in the light of two high-profile cases that came before before the Courts that year.
We examine Life Interest, an estate planning tool for couples with children from multiple marriages to protect their individual children’s inheritances.
The importance of appointing an Enduring Power of Attorney.
Some of the issues involving Wills for blended families.
A looks at a high profile drink driving case and its implications for others in a similar situation.
Total and Permanent Disablement insurance needs to be approached with care.
The pitfalls of falling foul of the law in foreign holiday destinations.
The rewards of helping injured people fight for their rights.
A look at developments in dust disease compensation.
The NSW Government is proposing drastic changes to laws for compensating people injured in motor vehicle accidents.
A look at the potential for defaming someone on social media sites.