In these unprecedented times it is not unusual to think about our own frailties and those of the important people in our life. We start to consider what would happen if we became unwell and needed someone to assist with managing our health and financial welfare. What if we needed to take care of such matters for our loved...
From 1 July 2019 the Public Trustee will no longer prepare Wills or Enduring Power of Attorney documents for the general public unless you are a concession card holder, Centrelink recipient or subject to administration or protection Orders.
Documents impacting the medical and lifestyle decisions of South Australians could soon become invalid, says TGB senior lawyer Rosemary Caruso.