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Guide to Inheritance Laws Queensland

Guide to Inheritance Laws Queensland

Inheritance laws determine how a deceased person's estate is distributed. These laws ensure that assets are allocated either according to the deceased’s wishes, if articulated in a Will, or via legal guidelines when no valid Will exists. This blog aims to provide some guidance around the often complex process of estates, offering clear insights into creating Wills, the implications of dying without one, and the roles and responsibilities of executors in Queensland.Understanding Inheritance...

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Are Binding Financial Agreements Worth It?

Are Binding Financial Agreements Worth It?

Binding Financial Agreements (BFAs), which are often referred to as prenuptial agreements in other countries, are legal contracts between couples which describe the management and distribution of financial assets during a relationship and after a relationship breakdown. These agreements can be entered into before a marriage/de facto relationship, during a marriage/de facto relationship, or even after a divorce/breakdown of a de facto relationship. The importance of financial planning in...

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What Is The Difference Between A Parenting Plan And A Parenting Order?

What Is The Difference Between A Parenting Plan And A Parenting Order?

Separation can be a profoundly challenging time for parents, as they navigate their emotional turmoil and the complex legal landscape that comes with arranging the future care of their children. At the heart of this legal landscape in Australia for parenting agreements are two primary frameworks: Parenting Plans and Parenting Orders. These frameworks serve as the cornerstones for establishing clear, workable arrangements that prioritise the child's well-being and provide structure during a...

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