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    What is a Mutual Will Agreement?

    A Mutual Will Agreement is a contract between two parties, usually spouses. Under a Mutual Will Agreement each party agrees that they will not change their Will without their spouse’s consent, or if their spouse has died, the consent of their agreed beneficiaries (who are usually their children). By executing this Agreement, the parties ensure that certain mutually agreed upon testamentary intentions are given effect. Whilst under a Mutual Will…

    Jan 19, 2018

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    Why You Need a Will

    I had a client once, let’s call her Jane. She was in her later 30s. Her husband Jack had died. She came and saw me 7 years after Jack’s death. She had moved on and made a new life for herself. She had remarried to Steve.  Her three children and Steve’s  four children had formed a semi-Brady Bunch situation. All 9 of them were living happily in Jane and Jack’s…

    Sep 30, 2017

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    Lawyer Lingo Deciphered

    You have enough on your plate trying to get your new business off the ground without having to worry about deciphering industry speak. To help, we have compiled a list of the most common lingo facing new businesses and offered our NO BS Australian interpretation of what those terms mean. To help, we have compiled a list of the most common lingo facing new businesses and offered our NO BS…

    Apr 23, 2015

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