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Superannuation benefits are not distributed on your death through your Will automatically.  Your superannuation fund should allow you to make a Binding Death Benefit Nomination (BDBN).  If this binding death benefit nomination is valid, then the trustee of the fund...
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If a person dies without a Will the person is said to have died intestate (“in-test-ate”).  Their personal estate will be governed by the laws of the jurisdiction (State) in which they resided at the date of their death.  Any real estate they own will be govern...
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Is aged care confusing and do you (or your loved ones) have the following questions: What are my aged care options? What costs are involved when entering residential care? Do I need an ACAT assessment? Should I move into a retirement village? Can I afford to move into aged c...
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