Problems With Home-Made Wills
A Will is a legal document in which you state how you want your assets to be distributed after your death. It allows you to choose an executor, who will be responsible for making sure your wishes are ...
Top tips from our Will and estate planning seminar
Planning ahead for your future legal, financial and health decisions is a lot easier than you may think.
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.
What is estate planning video
You have heard that buzz words, but what does estate planning mean to you and your loved ones. Watch our video and find out
When it comes to Elder Abuse, it’s ok to ask questions
Elder abuse is a daily reality for many Tasmanians. This is often the result of the limited communication that comes with social isolation, especially during the coronavirus crisis. In many cases old...
Advocacy TAS: Disability Royal Commission Community Forum
Advocacy Tasmania is hosting a free online community forum for anybody who wants to learn more about the Disability Royal Commission (DRC) and support services that are available to those who mi...
Five things you should know about estate planning.
1. What is estate planning? Estate planning is the process of making arrangements while you are alive and preparing documented plans outlining how you would like to have your assets distributed when ...
Weekend Sunrise highlights how to legally get your affairs in order without forking out a fortune.
Weekend Sunrise highlights how to legally get your affairs in order without forking out a fortune. Will and Estate planning is a topic that many people do not like to talk about which may expla...