Showing 9 of 16 results for Elder law
19 Dec 2022
Considering a retirement village?
Legal documentation for retirement villages is often extensive and complicated — you will almost certainly need a solicitor to explain the documents effectively.
16 Mar 2022
How to lawfully hold and dispose of Wills and Safe Custody Documents
The Legal Profession Act & Ethics Committee clarifies how safe custody documents should be held and disposed of.
20 Oct 2021
Death benefits: The obligations of legal personal representatives in relation to collecting superannuation
What are executors’ and administrators’ obligations in relation to collecting superannuation death benefits? Gillian Hunter from the Elder Law & Succession Law Committee provides background and guidance on this thorny issue. From the Spring 2021 edition of Ethos.
2 Aug 2021
Enduring Power of Attorney
An Enduring Power of Attorney is the only way you can choose and control who can make decisions on your behalf if you can’t.
2 Aug 2021
Making a will
Every person over the age of 18 should make a will. Your will sets out how you want your assets distributed when you die.
4 May 2021
Information about elder abuse, and how to find help and advice for a person at risk.
21 Apr 2021
Do you need information about elder abuse?
You may have heard local lawyer Katie Binstock, the Chair of our Elder Law & Succession Law Committee, chatting with Georgia Stynes on ABC Radio recently about elder abuse. We've compiled some useful resources on this topic.
29 Mar 2021
Do you need help with a will?
You may have heard local lawyer Katie Binstock, the Chair of our Elder Law & Succession Law Committee, chatting with Georgia Stynes on ABC Radio recently about why it’s important to have a legal will. We've compiled some useful resources on this topic.