Your will and power of attorney are only two elements of your overall estate plan that need to be considered. Other matters when we can advise you on including setting up Family Trusts; death benefit nominations for your superannuation fund; and relevant insurances. In many cases it may also involve entering into a Financial Agreement. Because of our vast experience in family law, we are well placed to give you technical and practical advice about how best to protect your family‚Äôs wealth, and the wealth of future generations to come, especially in the event of family breakdown. Estate Planning case study- the Estate of Peter Brock The Estate of Peter Brock (a famous race car driver of course) is an excellent example of the importance of proper estate planning. By way of background, Peter had his first will prepared in 1983. It was professionally drafted and properly executed. It was…

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