The Medical Treatment Planning and Decisions Act 2016 comes into force on Monday, 12 March 2018. The purpose of the Act is to allow Victorians to be able to plan ahead for medical treatment to [...]
In further reassurance and recognition of de facto spouses, the Victorian Court of Appeal held this week that when it comes to Family Provision Claims the children of de facto spouses are to be [...]
Your Will should be updated whenever you have a significant event in your life.
If you experience an accident or illness you may lose the capacity, either temporarily or permanently to make decisions about matters such as your medical treatment, financial or personal matters.
If you die without a will, an application will most likely need to be made to the Supreme Court of Victoria for a grant of ‘Letters of Administration’*. In most instances the grant is made to [...]
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