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Judge’s ex-wife loses bid for share of rich estate

Premium Content Judge’s ex-wife loses bid for share of rich estate

Ex-wife of judge Brian Harrison loses bid for share of estate

Aussie family’s ‘ugly’ money feud

Aussie family’s ‘ugly’ money feud

What are your legal rights when contesting wills?

Laws to enable ‘virtual’ witnessing of wills

Premium Content Laws to enable ‘virtual’ witnessing of wills

New laws expected to be introduced next week

Aussies’ surprising $190 safeguard against coronavirus

Premium Content Aussies’ surprising $190 safeguard against coronavirus

Australians draw up cheap fast wills as coronavirus spreads

Bizarre ways people have written wills

Bizarre ways people have written wills

Wills of the 21st century are taking increasingly ridiculous forms.

Man claws $75k from dead mum

Man claws $75k from dead mum

The man had a strained relationship with his mother

No longer an honour to leave fortune to kids

Premium Content No longer an honour to leave fortune to kids

There's a change in our attitude to wealth, writes Michael Madigan.

Woman challenges ‘delusional’ dad’s switch

Premium Content Woman challenges ‘delusional’ dad’s switch

SHE was the main carer for her father, then he cut her from his will

Bizarre ‘will’ leaves family in sticky situation

Premium Content Bizarre ‘will’ leaves family in sticky situation

This might be an Australian legal first, over estate worth millions.

The shocking rise of financial abuse involving wills

The shocking rise of financial abuse involving wills

Will lawyer: ‘I smelled a rat’

Fitzroy Club's Foxlaw has the will to succeed

Fitzroy Club's Foxlaw has the will to succeed

Josh Fox has been carving out a niche in business and property law

Can an attorney sell assets gifted in a client's will?

Can an attorney sell assets gifted in a client's will?

Lauren Farrelly asks if an attorney can sell your house.

Lawyer finds the funny side of families disputing wills

Lawyer finds the funny side of families disputing wills

Disputed wills tap lawyer’s funnybone