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What Happens If I Die Without A Will?

What happens if I die without a will?

If you die without a Will, you are said to die “intestate”. There is legislation to determine who will receive your assets if you die intestate. It is important to…

Who We Are

Who we are

Our team are experts in health and medical law, relationship and family law, elder law, wills and estates, and property buying and selling. We're leaders in the legal profession and…

Elder Abuse: Key Issues And Emerging Evidence

Elder abuse: key issues and emerging evidence

The Australian Institute of Family Studies has release a paper Elder abuse: key issues and emerging evidence. The paper provides an overview of elder abuse in Australia. It discusses key…

Monique Smiles

Monique Smiles

Monique Smiles is a Senior Associate specialising in wills and estates, and elder law Monique obtained her legal qualifications at the University of Western Sydney in 2011. She is now…

Vulnerable Older Australians Miss Out In Budget

Vulnerable older Australians miss out in Budget

This week’s Federal Budget did little for older Hunter people, particularly the growing number of vulnerable people needing aged care at home or in facilities. Our politicians all say older…

Why Do I Need A Will?

Why do I need a will?

What is a Will? A Will is an official document that contains your instructions as to how your assets are to be dealt with on your death. The person making…

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