Elder law

Enduring Power of Attorney

2 Aug 2021

Enduring Power of Attorney

An Enduring Power of Attorney is the only way you can choose and control who can make decisions on your behalf if you can’t.

Making a Will

2 Aug 2021

Making a Will

Every person over the age of eighteen should make a Will. Your Will sets out how you want your assets distributed when you die.

Elder abuse

4 May 2021

Elder abuse

Information about elder abuse, and how to find help and advice for a person at risk.

Do you need information about elder abuse?

21 Apr 2021

Do you need information about elder abuse?

You may have heard local lawyer Katie Binstock, the Chair of our Elder Law & Succession Law Committee, chatting with Georgia Stynes on ABC Radio recently about elder abuse. We've compiled some useful resources on this topic.

Do you need help with a will?

29 Mar 2021

Do you need help with a will?

You may have heard local lawyer Katie Binstock, the Chair of our Elder Law & Succession Law Committee, chatting with Georgia Stynes on ABC Radio recently about why it’s important to have a legal will. We've compiled some useful resources on this topic.

Best Practice Guide for Legal Practitioners in relation to Elder Financial Abuse

23 Sep 2020

Best Practice Guide for Legal Practitioners in relation to Elder Financial Abuse

Guidance for legal practitioners to identify and address potential issues regarding elder financial abuse.

Missed opportunity to address elder abuse

7 May 2020

Missed opportunity to address elder abuse

The ACT legal profession today expressed dismay at the ACT Government’s introduction of flawed legislation to address elder abuse.

Witnessing Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

14 Apr 2020

Witnessing Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Guidance on witnessing Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney when not attending on clients face to face.

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