A Guide On The Probate Process In Australia
29 June 2023
Most people do not comprehend the probate process. As such, they make oversights that complicate the estate settlement process. The blog below contains some probate FAQs to improve your comprehension of the process.
What Is Probate?
Probate is a legal process that authenticates a deceased person's will. Ideally, probate grants power to an executor to manage and divide property among the beneficiaries. If an individual dies intestate, family members must file for probate before bequeathing the deceased's estate.
What Should a Landlord Do If There Is a Default on a Commercial Lease?
21 February 2023
A commercial lease agreement is a legally binding document that outlines the responsibilities of both the landlord and the tenant. Both parties must abide by its terms, as any failure to do so can result in legal consequences. So, what steps should the landlord take if a tenant is found to be in default of their lease agreement?
Review the Terms of the Agreement
The first step is to review the terms of the lease agreement.
What Do You Need to Know About Powers of Attorney As You Age?
15 November 2022
In life, you may sometimes have to make difficult decisions as you grow older. Unfortunately, some people start to lose their mental acuity and may need to think very carefully about their financial future and their estate. If you're in this situation, what type of support can you put in place that will help to manage your affairs should you not be in a position to do so?
Dealing with Powers of Attorney
Dealing With Issues? 4 Situations That Need Legal Advice
25 July 2022
When life goes well, you don't usually need legal advice. But, when situations arise that you don't know the answers to, you need to get help. For those instances, it's best to sit down with an attorney. If you're like many people, you might not know when it's time to seek legal advice. If that's the position you're in right now, read the list provided below. If you're dealing with any of the situations described here, it's time to get legal advice.