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Bennett & Philp Lawyers
It is recommended that you read the new guides carefully before making or replacing an EPA or Advance Health Directive.
Kells
The time to commence proceedings to contest a Will in NSW is usually 12 months from the date of the deceased's death.
O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers
The Full Court of the Family Court dealt with and re-assessed family property settlement orders made by the trial judge.
Bennett & Philp Lawyers
An executor deals with the estate, discharges any liabilities and administers it according to the terms of the will.
Kells
When separated parents cannot agree, the court will impose orders for education "in the best interests of the child.
Cooper Grace Ward
Lodging a caveat would prevent the registered owner from dealing with (selling, transferring or mortgaging) the property.
Coleman Greig Lawyers
The Court accepted that the father was genuinely under financial pressure due to the impact of COVID-19 on his business.
O'Sullivan Davies Lawyers
When the Court makes an order in parenting matters, the Court must consider certain criteria before changing the order..
Canada
Aird & Berlis LLP
At this difficult time, with all of us isolated for so long and the constant threat of contracting COVID-19 ever present, the members of the Aird & Berlis Estates ...
Siskinds LLP
In September 2020, the Ontario government introduced Bill 207 – the Moving Ontario Family Law Forward Act, 2020.
O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers LLP
A few weeks ago, Google reported an increase in the number of searches on how to apply for Canadian residency and citizenship.
Clark Wilson LLP
Estate planning requires a delicate balancing of interests – you want to ensure that your loved ones are taken care of, but you also want to give to a cause that is meaningful to you.
Clark Wilson LLP
In our previous article, we discussed how the Wills, Estates and Succession Act (WESA) sets out a mandatory distribution scheme for estates when an individual dies without a will.
Lawyers Financial
The quick answer to the question, "Can you save too much for retirement?" might seem like an obvious, "No. You can never have too much money."
McKercher LLP
In any application to set aside a Will, there is the threshold issue of whether the person has standing to bring the proof in solemn form action.
Clark Wilson LLP
The list of reasons to make a will is extensive and you have likely heard them before. Why let the government dictate who your money will go to when you can decide for yourself?
Hong Kong
Gall
Kajal Aswani and Chantelle Woo have written an article on cross-border divorce and disputes relating to child custody for Hong Kong Economic Times – TOPick...
Gall
Planning to have a small ceremony here and another one overseas? Here's what you need to know…
Gall
Hong Kong, with its colonial connection to the United Kingdom before the 1997 handover, continues to be a popular city for British expatriates to come to explore opportunities.
Rajani Associates
I want to transfer my property equally between my three daughters.
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