Trusts Estate planning Succession

The family chess game

Source: Victoria

Published Date: 17 Nov 2016


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This paper covers:

  • parent and child loan account issues and attacks
  • what happens when a family trust appointor or guardian dies or becomes incapacitated?
  • what role does the will play and should you have more than one enduring power of attorney?
  • how many testamentary trusts should a will have?
  • excluding and defending weak beneficiaries.


  • Published By: Graeme Halperin CTA
  • Published On:17 Nov 2016
  • Took place at:Leonda By The Yarra, Hawthorn

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