Published on 05 Mar 14
by NEW SOUTH WALES DIVISION, THE TAX INSTITUTE
This presentation covers:
- what is an enduring guardian?
- decisions that can be made
- other functions can be included
- limits of decisions
- importance to estate planning
- selection of an enduring guardian.
Claire is a solicitor in the Estate Planning team within the Private Clients group at PricewaterhouseCoopers. Claire has worked exclusively in Estate Planning for the past 2 years and has specialised skills in this area including bespoke Wills establishing testamentary trusts, succession strategies for non-estate assets, Powers of Attorney, Appointments of Enduring Guardian, superannuation death benefit nominations, applications for probate and letters of administration, estate administration and asset protection strategies. Claire has a special interest in estate planning for families with carer responsibilities. Claire has a practising certificate from the NSW Law Society and holds a Bachelor of Business and a Juris Doctor.
Current at 14 January 2014
- Current at
10 May 2014