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How To Be an Executor of a Will or Will Administrator of an Estate?

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Tue, 01/10/2023 - 00:37

When a person creates a Last Will and Testament, they are required to appoint a will executor or Will Administrator who acts to administer the person’s estate upon their death. Although many ask:

How To Be an Executor of a Will or Will Administrator of an Estate?

A will executor or Will Administrator is responsible for ensuring that all outstanding debts and taxes are paid to creditors/debts, and, all remaining assets are distributed according to the deceased person’s final wishes provided for in the Will.

How To Avoid Problems Drafting A Will in Australia?

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Mon, 01/09/2023 - 01:46

Problems while Drafting A Will?

Your last Will and Testament are perhaps the most important document you will ever sign. As the nature of this document is so important, it is necessary to ensure drafting a will is done correctly so any assets collected over your lifetime are properly accounted for.

Assets such as superannuation, life insurance, and shares of jointly held assets (such as the family home) do not automatically fall into your estate when you pass away.

Are you driving without a licence?

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Sat, 01/07/2023 - 00:08

if you are driving without a licence in the state of Queensland, and continue to drive, this is known as unlicensed driving.

Typically, unlicensed driving occurs where individuals have lost their licence due to loss of demerit points, failing to obey fine orders by the court or having been found guilty of high-speed driving offences.

How To create a Airtight Binding Financial Agreements?

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Thu, 01/05/2023 - 23:42

Preparing an Airtight Binding Financial Agreements
Binding Financial Agreements (BFA), also referred to as “pre-nups” are created when two parties have made a fully informed decision to enter into a binding agreement. The creation of an Airtight Binding Financial Agreements requires the parties to disclose their financial position, provide reasonable time to consider the agreement and obtain independent legal representation to avoid any undue influence or pressure on the other party.

CHARLES NOBLE - James Noble Law | Family Lawyer

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Thu, 12/22/2022 - 21:06

Charles Noble - Director Principal | Family Lawyer

Charles Noble is a qualified and experienced Brisbane lawyer with a focus on family law. He knows that in many family law and other matters, emotional and personal aspects of your lives are something you may wish to keep private. He understands this and prides himself as of the most discrete Family Lawyers Brisbane has to offer.

James Noble – Accredited Family Law Specialist

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Thu, 12/22/2022 - 00:05

James Noble is an Accredited Family Law Specialist with more than 40 years experience as a solicitor practicing in family law. He is a member of the Family Law Practitioner’s Association, The Queensland Law Society, The Family Law Council of Australia, Queensland Collaborative Law and the Family Law section of the Law Council of Australia, James is a Notary Public.

What are the Family Law Act amendments from Federal Government?

Submitted by Jamesnoble on Wed, 12/14/2022 - 21:44

The Family Law Act amendments occurred in 2002 to deal with superannuation. It gave power to the Court to deal with superannuation entitlements.

The amendments allowed the Court to transfer entitlements in the fund of one of the parties to the other. The person receiving the benefit of the entitlement in the other party’s fund would keep that entitlement in the fund or roll the entitlement out into a fund of that party’s choosing.


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