Wills and Lifetime PlanningTAS

This legal publication supports practitioners to prepare wills and assist with the appointment of powers of attorney and enduring guardians for their clients in Tasmania.

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Overview

This legal publication supports practitioners to prepare wills and assist with the appointment of powers of attorney and enduring guardians for their clients in Tasmania.

The guides follow comprehensive and methodical Retainer Instructions designed to assist with all matters, whether for a single client or complex families, including where the clients have an extensive or complicated asset portfolio.

Precedents include various ways to deal with blended families, superannuation death benefits, and rights to occupy.

The commentary, which has been prepared by experienced legal practitioners, includes discussion of tax treatment for superannuation, use of testamentary trusts, testator's family maintenance considerations, and dealing with assets in multiple jurisdictions.

Lawyers can take the worry and risk out of will drafting and maximise its value to their practice by using this excellent and easy-to-follow publication.

Precedents provided with this publication include:

  • Wills for individual, spouses, and blended families, and that create testamentary discretionary trusts;
  • Library of clauses, deeds, contracts, and codicils;
  • Library of attestation clauses;
  • Testamentary capacity checklist;
  • Powers of attorney, enduring guardianship appointments, and links to advance care directive forms;
  • Suite of client letters at different stages of the process.

Ready To Use Resources

Choose from ready-to-use legal documents within this Publication.

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  • Practical and up-to-date

  • Comprehensive library of legal precedents and forms


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    Full Commentary - Powers of Attorney, Enduring Guardianship, and Advance Care Planning (TAS)
    “The Guardianship and Administration Act 1995 provides validly made interstate orders which have substantially the same effect as this Act will, by notice published in the Gazette, be recognised and the Tasmanian Civil and Administrative Tribunal must register the instrument. For more information, ...”

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    “As a matter of good practice when preparing wills, providing for the unforeseen circumstances that might see the donor unable to run their affairs through sickness or accident to run their affairs or have a say in their medical treatment by drafting a power of attorney, enduring guardianship and ...”

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