Selling a residential property in Victoria

Selling your residential property is likely to be one of the most significant financial transactions you'll ever make. The sale of a property is managed by conveyancing laws that can be overwhelming and complex for someone who has not had experience in dealing with...

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Making a Will if capacity is in question

It is well known that a Will is a legal document which sets out how a person wants their assets to be distributed once they die. If you are over the age of 18 you can make a Will - provided you have capacity.   In general terms, a person making a Will (a testator) has...

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Buying a residential property in Victoria

Buying a property involves many overwhelming considerations, such as where you want to live, how much finance you can get, the type of property you want, not to mention complex conveyancing laws! Appointing an experienced lawyer at an early stage is important in...

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Is a testamentary trust right for you?

One of the most loving things that you can do for your family is make plans for what happens after you die. This is particularly important if you have children or vulnerable adults who depend on you financially. A testamentary trust might be the right tool to help you...

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