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Trustees Who Act in Good Faith Protected by CourtOctober 3, 2016

Beneficiaries are frequently unsatisfied with the actions (or often, the lack of action) of the executors of estates or administrators of family trusts, and the...

Trustees Who Act in Good Faith Protected by CourtOctober 3, 2016

Beneficiaries are frequently unsatisfied with the actions (or often, the lack of action) of the executors of estates or administrators of family trusts, and the...

Out-Of-Date Family Trust Varied to Recognise Same-Sex SpousesSeptember 18, 2016

Family trusts often date back many years, and those who drafted them could not have been expected to foresee all the dramatic social changes that...

Roles Split When Stress Makes Attorney UnreliableSeptember 7, 2016

Appointing an attorney under a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is normally a sensible precaution. The procedure allows one's financial affairs (and, if required, matters...

Roles Split When Stress Makes Attorney UnreliableSeptember 7, 2016

Appointing an attorney under a Lasting Power of Attorney (LPA) is normally a sensible precaution. The procedure allows one's financial affairs (and, if required, matters...

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