What to do when someone dies
The death of a loved one is a time of great sadness and grief. Many people find it a struggle to focus on tasks like planning a funeral.
Partnering with Palliative Care Tasmania: Winner Announcement
Palliative Care Tasmania is pleased to announce the winners of the 2020 Tasmanian Palliative Care Awards. Her Excellency, the Honourable Professor Kate Warner Governor of Tasmania (virtually), The Ho...
Partnering with Palliative Care Tasmania
The 2020 Tasmanian Palliative Care Awards have officially launched and are looking for nominees. This is the only state-wide award to honour and recognise those who show excellence in compassion and ...
2020 price changes explained
The Public Trustee believe every Tasmanian should have a Will and estate plan. Therefore we are simplifying our estate planning fee structure and amending our capital commission fees.
Elder Abuse Prevention Strategy
The Public Trustee supports Respect and Protect Older Tasmanians: Tasmania's Elder Abuse Prevention Strategy 2019-2022 (you can read the Tasmanian strategy here) and is a member of the Statewide Elder...
Minister opens the new Public Trustees office
In a strong show of investment and confidence in the northern Tasmanian community, the Public Trustee has expanded their northern presence by opening a new office in Launceston. The Public Trustee'...
The Walk Against Elder Abuse
The Public Trustee joined the COTA Tasmania’s annual Walk Against Elder Abuse in Hobart and Launceston on June 14, 2019 – the eve of World Elder Abuse Awareness Day. Elder abuse is not ok...
What is the point of having a Will if it can be challenged?
When you make your Will you would like to think that your choice of beneficiaries could not be challenged.