Why your superannuation does not pass under your Will!
What happens to your super when you die? Who is your super paid to when you die? Superannuation funds and death? What is a binding nomination?
What is a grant of probate?
What is a grant of probate? Why might you need a grant of probate? Do you need to get a grant of probate? Answers to these questions & more...
Choosing an executor for your Will
Guardians: Who will look after my children if I die?
Estate Planning & Family Law – What you need to consider…
4 reasons why you should have an enduring power of attorney
How to get a copy of a will
What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?
What is a Company Power of Attorney?
What is the cost of a Will in Queensland?
The cost of a last Will and Testament (and other testamentary documents) at Swanwick Murray Roche can vary depending...
Will Appointment Preparation Checklist
This article will list out all the typical questions and information you will need to prepare for this appointment.Download .pdf information sheet
What happens if you die without a Will?
If someone passes away without a Will (or their Will is declared invalid) then the rules of intestacy apply to that persons assets. Click here for more infoDownload .pdf information sheet
MAKING A WILL? Why should I make one? When should I make a new one?
If you are over 18 years of age and have capacity to make a Will, it is recommended that you make one regardless of the current value or complexity of your estate. Read this information sheet to find out more about why you should make and review a Will.Download .pdf information sheet
MAKING A NEW WILL? Why might my solicitor recommend I involve my doctor?
In some circumstances when making a new Will, your solicitor may recommend that you also involve your doctor in the process. Occasionally, clients take offence at this recommendation. This information sheet explains the circumstances in which such a recommendation may be made and that if we request a doctor be involved, it is only because we are acting in your best interests to ensure the validity of your Will and to reduce the risk of your instructions later being questioned or contested.Download .pdf information sheet