Trusts 2015

Trusts and murphy's law (or anything that can go wrong, will go wrong)

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 20 May 2015


This presentation covers:

  • typographical error
  • lost deed
  • unstamped deed
  • divorce and the removal of beneficiaries
  • adding beneficiaries
  • changing the appointor.

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Trusts and murphy's law (or anything that can go wrong, will go wrong)

Author(s): Jeffrey Chang CTA


  • Published By: Jeffrey Chang CTA
  • Published On:20 May 2015
  • Took place at:Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club, Kooyong

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