It is a common misconception that only those who are wealthy in terms of monetary and physical assets, as well as those of an older age, are required to have wills. If you are over the age of 18 and wish to have control over what happens to your estate (i.e. everything you own) in the unlikely event of your death, preparing a will is crucial for ensuring that your voice is heard.
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New research published by Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) has predicted that Sydney’s three major rail projects will have a significant impact on NSW property markets over the next six years.
According to a new survey conducted by comparison website finder.com.au, more than 52 per cent of adult Australians have not prepared a will.