Wills, POA and Estates

Wills, POA and Estates from A Top Local Solicitor In Campbelltown

By: A Top Local Solicitor In Campbelltown  08-Sep-2011
Keywords: Lawyer, Legal Advice, Solicitor

In order to ensure that assets are distributed according to the wishes of the deceased it is important that a legally valid will is in force at the time of death. 

 

If there is no will the ‘intestacy rules’ dictate the allocation of the deceased’s assets to relatives or if there are no qualifying relatives to the State.

 

In certain circumstances a challenge can still be made in a claim before the Australian Supreme Court.

 

A formal written legal docu­ment by which one person (the donor) gives another (the donee) power to represent them or act in their place for certain purposes

 

A power of attorney or guardianship which continues to have effect even if the donor ceases to be mentally competent.

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