What happens when the one you’re caring for, outlives you?

The #1 question of parents and siblings with a special or additional needs child or sibling is usually ‘Who will look after them when we’re not there?'

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Why you can’t leave your superannuation to your parents, even if you wanted to

Most people have some form of superannuation and it’s not long until the question gets asked, 'Who gets my Super if I die?'

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Every day in Australia, 31 families lose their primary (or equal) income earner

It's time for a family reality check - by the numbers.

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Estate Planning Quick Tips

What can be written in a Letter of Wishes?

Our Modern Estate Planning services is called Finally SortedA Letter of Wishes is part of your family backup plan documents and its purpose is to provide general guidance to the Executor or Trustee of a person’s estate following their death.

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Modern Estate Planning is about a workable plan—not a just a Will

It involves a powerful combination of 5 key documents and an ongoing management system that works quietly in the background for you like a personal backup system.

So what’s your plan?

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A common trait of successful people is they accept that life is always unpredictable.

The problem we all face is when we don’t understand something or its relevance to our lives, it’s easier not to think about it.

Sometimes just not knowing where to start or where to go for advice can freeze many people into inaction.

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31 Families every day lose their primary (or equal) income earning member, in Australia

It's time for a family reality check - by the numbers.

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Questions to ask when planning your Will

7 Key Issues to consider when you're planning on making a Will.

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Caring for the caring professionals

Our medical professionals and emergency workers are on the front line protecting our community but face increased risks just for doing their job.

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