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Family Law, Wills and Estates

This bundle includes guides from the following three publications, as well as our Practice Management guide as an extra bonus! 


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1. Family Law


A comprehensive and easy to follow guide to Family Law in the Family Court of Australia and the Federal Circuit Court, with our valuable reference work "101 Family Law Answers". 

This publication also provides all commonly required precedents, including applications, affidavits and orders, plus correspondence.


The guide covers all aspects of a Family Law matter, from negotiations prior to commencing proceedings to interim applications, then preparation and conduct of final hearings and enforcement. The commentary includes the conduct of interim hearings and conciliation conferences, together with tools for analysing contributions and s 75(2) factors.


Some of the most popular precedents provided in this publication include:



  • Consent orders

  • Initial letter to client with costs agreement and copy letter to spouse

  • Initial pre-action letter to spouse

  • Financial agreement s 90C - After separation

  • Parenting plan

  • Affidavit - Separation under the one roof

  • Summary of assets and liabilities


2. Wills, Powers of Attorney, Appointment of Enduring Guardian and Advance Care Planning


This valuable and thorough publication allows the practitioner to take instructions using a comprehensive and methodical instruction sheet then prepare wills, powers of attorney and powers of enduring guardian with confidence, whether for a single client or for complex families and 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.


Commentary includes discussion of the tax treatment of superannuation, the use of testamentary trusts, family provision considerations and dealing with assets in multiple jurisdictions.


Take the worry and risk out of will drafting and maximise its value to your practice by using our excellent and easy to follow publication.


3. Estates


This comprehensive and practical guide assists practitioners to advise and act for clients in all types of estate matters.


An application for probate or letters of administration can be made with ease and confidence. The guide features detailed commentary and all necessary forms and precedents for obtaining a grant, getting in assets and making the distribution. Deeds of release and indemnity and deeds of family arrangement are included.



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