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The importance of wills and enduring powers of attorney (EPAs)
Having enduring powers of attorney and a well-drafted will in place is important for every adult, whatever their age.
New Zealand
22 Jun 2019
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Under what circumstances should you form a trust?
Some of the common purposes of a trust, and the structures which can be utilised, will be discussed in this article.
New Zealand
22 Jun 2019
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Executors duty to advise family members of a persons death
Executors are generally not obliged to notify family members of the death of the deceased but ought to seek legal advice.
New Zealand
14 Feb 2018
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Getting Married? You need to read this
Couples often overlook important legal 'housekeeping' matters that should be attended to prior to the big wedding day.
New Zealand
21 Apr 2016
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Disclosure of trust documents to beneficiaries – Latest guidelines from the Court of Appeal
The Court confirmed there is no automatic right to documents for beneficiaries – disclosure is a discretionary decision.
New Zealand
7 Mar 2016
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Plain English Guide to Making a Will
Making a Will is the only way to ensure that your assets, property and possessions, pass to the people that you choose.
New Zealand
 
24 Sep 2014
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Plain English Guide to Estate Planning
An estate plan must be reviewed and revised at intervals to meet the changing circumstances of the relevant parties.
New Zealand
 
24 Sep 2014
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