Tag Archives: Trusts

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Is my Will in order? What will happen when I die? Part 2

Further to our previous blogs on “Is my Will in order? What will happen when I die?” and “Where there’s a Will, there’s a relative-deceased estates” a recent case has highlighted the need to take extra caution when drafting and finalising your will yet again. Recent case In the case of Sutton v Public Trust […]

Law and Physics

  E = mc² Have you ever wondered what that actually means? Energy = mass multiplied by the speed of light, squared.  The speed of light is 299,792.458 kilometres per second (or about a billion kilometres per hour).   When you square a number you multiply it by itself. So the speed of light squared is […]

Is my will in order? What will happen when I die?

Many people do not want to think about their death and the impact of their death on their loved ones even though it is about the only certainty in life, although there is a lingering question of “when?” This week Tina Hwang examines what will happen when you die? To read this article as a […]

The Bank of Mum and Dad – parents contribution

Queen City Law lawyer Jan Chen explores how the best intentions can become derailed and create difficult situations with dangerous outcomes. To find out more about Jan click here. Are you helping your kids into a new home? Let the property law experts at Queen City Law assist with conveyancing and clear property agreements. Our […]

Legal Warrant of Fitness – Are you roadworthy?

Is your legal status clear and current? Do you have outstanding legal liabilities or outstanding legal risks?  Use the Queen City Law Warrant of Fitness to find out if you need to address any legal issues this year. Many people won’t organise their affairs correctly until things go wrong or circumstances change suddenly. Be prepared […]

Why it is important to make a will?

Why it is important to make a will? It is important for you to make a will whether or not you think you have many possessions or much money. It is important because:- if you die without a will, (this is known as dying intestate) there are certain rules which dictate how the money, property […]