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Have you migrated to the land Down Under? Does that mean you need a new Will?

I migrated from South Africa to Australia and have been in Perth for a little over a year.  I am therefore aware of the stress and planning of migration and I also know that certain things do not make the priority list.  One being, finding out if the Will that you made elsewhere is enforceable in Western Australia, or if you need a new Will.

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Oops I Did It Again... When do I review my Will?

I recently received a notification that I have used 75% of my iCloud storage.  After a bit of digging I found several, dare I say “never seen before” videos, photos, and memes.  Of course, a lot of them were Covid-19 related and were instantly deleted.  Jokes about gaining weight during lockdown were obviously also very popular.  

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The Sparks of Covid-19. How Do I Sign My Will?

The Coronavirus has sparked an increased fear of dying.  Over the past few weeks we have been flooded with instructions to draft and to update Wills.  

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A Thousand Ways Not to Die

Most of us have seen, or at the very least are aware of, the American television series ‘1000 Ways to Die’.  The series wittily illustrates unusual deaths, which some might describe as insensitive, and explains the science behind each of these deaths.  This blog is not intended to delve into unusual deaths or science.

What it is intended to do is highlight that undoubtedly, one of the ways not to die, is without a Will.  

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Almost Perfect Film Script - Giving away your assets before you die

In the recent case of Shephard v Galea & Byrne as Executors and Trustees of the Estate of the late Joseph Galea [2019] WASC 164, the Honourable Justice Kenneth Martin described the life of the deceased as an “almost perfect film script”.

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How do I provide for my child, who has an addiction, in my Will?

Sadly, many families face the devastating consequences of loved ones suffering from addiction. It is often the cause of irrevocable harm to relationships and destruction of family units. Addiction has many forms, and it typically involves  substance abuse, such as drugs or alcohol, or activities such as gambling.

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