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EXECUTORS APPOINTMENT

CAN YOU REPLACE AN EXECUTOR ONCE THE TESTATOR/TESTATRIX (THE PERSON MAKING THE WILL) HAS PASSED AWAY In short the answer to the question is, it is not possible to amend a Will after the testator has passed away. This is to be distinguished from alteration of a Will for a person who fails testamentary capacity....
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Treatment of Capital Gains Tax

Treatment of Capital Gains Tax in Family Law Property Settlements. There can by many circumstances in which capital gains tax is considered or may be likely or may require contemplation when as part of a property settlement an investment asset is included in the asset pool to be distributed between the parties. Capital gains tax is not...
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Limitation Periods

When you suffer an injury arising as a result of a motor vehicle, work place or any other type of accident you have certain limitations and restrictions that are imposed upon you as to when you are able to issue proceedings. There are of course specific limitations in reach of the relevant legislation including for motor...
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Legal Fees and Property Settlement

How to treat legal costs in a property settlement can be a critical issue which can derail property negotiations and a cause for further anxiety. Ordinarily each party must pay their own legal costs. There are however provisions in the Family Law Act 1975 (as amended) that can give you an opportunity to seek...
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