Wills are a legal minefield. Lawyers love them. It gives us a chance to properly express what our clients want, and how to deal with different situations.
A recent Sydney Morning Herald article explores some of the ethical dilemmas and emotional consequences of estate planning.
Estate planning can be tricky, especially if there are second marriages, step-children or half-siblings involved. Some people put it in the too-hard basket, while others attempt to rule from the grave.
From an ethical perspective, do you have heirlooms you wish to pass down? What about self-made worth? What about your duties and obligations, particularly if your children have different talents and abilities?
If you need any information on Wills or estate planning, call Martin Bullock Lawyers on 02 9687 9322 for the best legal advice available.