by Erin Gibson Estate Planning

What is a Power of Attorney

A power of attorney is an authority you give to another person to look after your affairs. There are two types of power of attorney: An ordinary power of attorney;…

by Erin Gibson Estate Planning

Administering an Estate

Before an estate can be administered and distributed to the beneficiaries the High Court must grant approval. The two most common forms of approval are: If there is a Will…

by Michael Wenley Estate Planning

Mutual Wills

Two will-makers make “mutual wills” when they make wills that dispose of property in a way that they have agreed and each promises the other that they will not revoke…

By Kevin Callinicos Estate Planning

The importance of having a Will

The recent Judgment of the High Court is a timely reminder of the need to regularly review your Will, or if you have a Will, to update it. The background…