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Avoid legal limbo - create a valid will The Public Trustee has revealed that 50 per cent of Western Australians over 40 do not have a valid will. With litigation regarding wills increasing in Australi...
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I migrated from South Africa to Australia and have been in Perth for a little over a year.  I am therefore aware of the stress and planning of migration and I also know that certain things do not...

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There are a few reasons why you may wish to exclude certain individuals from your Will and Estate. The most common reasons are estrangement, or personal difficulties such as addiction, and assuming that the person will be sufficiently provided for by someone else.

What is a Claim on an Estate?

Who can make a claim on an Estate?

What does the Court consider when determining a claim on an Estate?

Is there another way other than Court to resolve a claim?

What happens if we can't reach an agreement?

What should I do if I have been disinherited, or someone is making a claim against an Estate?

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