This is the third in our series answering common questions about Estate and Probate disputes. It is a common feature of estate planning for a person to appoint someone to act for them in the event … [Read more...] about The attorney sold the house!
In a recent Supreme Court of Queensland case, the Judge was asked to interpret the meaning of a clause in a Will that gave “all of the fishing gear” and a 37ft fishing trawler to the deceased’s son. … [Read more...] about “Who gets the fishing gear?”
Not only did one Mr James Tedesco sink the hearts of all Queenslanders with a last-minute try to clinch this year’s State of Origin Series, now those pesky southerners are trying to disrupt the … [Read more...] about It’s enough to give you the (estate planning) blues…
In Queensland, there are three main categories of people who can contest a Will. The spouse, the child and the dependant. Families come in all sorts of shapes and sizes and with blended families … [Read more...] about Can my step-children contest my Will?