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Q&A: Wills and Powers of Attorney in the era of COVID-19

Here we answer some of your questions about signing and witnessing requirements for your Wills and Powers of Attorney in the era of COVID-19 as well as possible protections to include in your Wills. Please note this information was prepared in relation to signing... Read More

End of Life Decision Making: Your Advance Care Planning

Most of us want our next of kin to be well aware of our wishes if we are terminally ill, especially if we are incapacitated and unable to make decisions for ourselves. The procedures of Advance Care Planning are slightly different in the ACT compared to NSW. This... Read More

8 Things You Might Not Know About Powers of Attorney

Though commonly used and highly important, there are many misunderstandings and misconceptions regarding Powers of Attorney. In this article we go through some of the common beliefs regarding these documents. Each of the headings below provides a common misconception... Read More

An Introduction to Company Powers of Attorney

For those who run a business or trust where a company structure is involved, having a company Power of Attorney can be an essential estate planning tool. Have you considered what would happen to your company if you, as one of the directors (or worse, the sole... Read More