Wednesday, April 29, 2009

Your pet in your will

Pets share the lives of the majority of Australians with approximately 65% of all Australian households owning a pet. While they are beloved members of our family, how many of us have thought about what might happen if our furry family members outlive us?
The NSW Young Lawyers Animal Law Committee have produced a brochure titled “What About Me? Your Pets and Your Will” written in plain language to help people understand the options available when preparing a Will.
For a PDF copy of the brochure:
lawsociety.com.au/.../filelibrary
Contact us if you want to make provision in your will for your pet:
luchettilawyers.com.au/.../ContactUs

Tuesday, April 7, 2009

What is a valid will?

It is essential to make a will if you are concerned about who will receive your assets and belongings after you die. It is particularly important to make a will if you have a family or other dependants.
While any bit of paper with your wishes on it could do the job.
Ask your self "What could possibly go wrong?"
Most people need help to make a valid will.
If your will is not enforceable the court has the power to dispose of your property as if you had not made a will.
Read the following detail..
lawsociety.com.au/page...6716
..and/or contact us..
luchettilawyers.com.au/.../ContactUs.aspx

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