From time to time a person needs someone else to look after their affairs for them. This might be a temporary situation such as being hospitalised or overseas. It is also worth looking forward to the possibility that because of age or incapacity you need to rely on a trusted spouse, relative or friend on … Continue reading Powers of Attorney
All church staff and volunteers need to undertake proper and careful risk assessments of your activities especially if there is a possible inherent danger. Your insurer will require that you do so as well as the courts, see the recent WA Supreme Court decision of Apostolic Church Australia Limited v Dixon  WA SCA 146 … Continue reading Risk Assessments, churches & go-kart races
Charlwood v Charlwood  NSWSC 1033 (10 August 2017) The Plaintiff, an adult child of the deceased, made a claim for a family provision order because he wanted more than an equal share of his parent’s will. There was no dispute as to the Plaintiff’s eligibility as a child of the deceased. The Defendant was also … Continue reading Are wills effective which treat children equally?
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