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Wills, Estates & Planning
No one likes to think about death, but it’s important to decide what will happen to your assets after you die and who you would like to benefit from them.
At Clancy & Triado we have extensive experience in Estate planning and preparing Wills. We can advise you on the best strategies to protect your assets and limit legal and financial complications for your beneficiaries.
Wills & Estates Articles
A number of articles about our experiences.
Luigi passed away peacefully at the age of 95. Despite gradually declining mental health, he had happily lived on his own since the death of his wife in 2012. Luigi and his wife had provided their four children with a copy of their will, however unknown to his...
In May this year, the High Court of Australia handed down the judgement in the case of Badenach v Calvert  HCA18. The case highlights the difference between ‘Will-Making’, and ‘Estate Planning’. The case involved the step-son of a deceased testator bringing a...
In Australian law when an individual dies their assets (which form their ‘Estate’) pass according to the terms of their last or most recent validly executed Will. If a deceased’s last Will was executed after the testator had lost legal capacity then family members may...
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