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At Brien Leibinger Lawyers we care about our clients and are pleased to provide a selection of fact sheets, newsletters and other resources, for your easy reference and review. For more information or to request an appointment, please contact our office on (07) 4225 5420 or email info@leibingerlawyers.com.au

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The landscape of Estate Planning and Commercial Law is always changing. We stay abreast of the latest developments, so you don’t need to. Stay informed with our enewsletters.

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Estate Planning Fact Sheet

Download a copy of our Estate Planning Advice Information Sheet here. It covers a range of issues, including Testamentary Trusts, Power of Attorney, Wills and Risk Management.

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Testamentary Discretionary Trust Fact Sheet

Download a copy of our Testamentary Discretionary Trust, Estate Planning Information Sheet here. It provides more detailed information, advice and example scenarios regarding these trusts.

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How Can I Appoint A Guardian For My Children

Appointing a guardian in your Will may help avoid disputes between your family members by making your intentions clear. Download a copy of our Information Sheet regarding this sensitive matter here.

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Which Assets Can I Gift In My Will?

It is important to identify which assets you own personally so that you know which assets can form part of your estate. There are Estate Assets and Non-Estate Assets. Download a copy of our Information Sheet here.

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Do I Need A Buy Sell Agreement?

Download a copy of our Business Succession Planning Information Sheet here. It covers a range of issues, including Transfer of Ownership, Tax Consequences and information on Queensland State Duty.

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Do You Need To Apply For A Grant Of Probate?

If you have been appointed as an executor under a Will you are likely to need to obtain a Grant of Probate of the Will. Download a copy of our Estate Administration Information Sheet here.

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Why should I have an Enduring Power of Attorney?

A General Power of Attorney ceases to have effect after you lose the mental capacity to make financial decisions. An Enduring Power of Attorney will continue to have effect whatever your mental capacity.

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Why Should I Make A Death Benefit Nomination?

If you are concerned about how your superannuation benefits will be distributed, a properly executed binding death benefit nomination can give you peace of mind. Download a copy of our Information Sheet here.

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Frequently Asked Questions & Their Answers

While everyone’s circumstances are different, there’s a few frequently asked questions that are relevant to all. We’re pleased to provide the answers to those questions on our website, for your convenience.

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