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The Importance of Updating Your Will: When, Why and How

Understanding the Need for Updating a Will At RV Legal, we understand that creating a Will is a significant step in securing your legacy and protecting your loved ones. However, just as life evolves, so too should your will. Updating a will is a crucial aspect of estate planning that ensures your intentions are accurately

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The Benefits of Prenuptial Agreements for All Couples

Understanding the Advantages of a Legal Agreement Before Marriage In an era where practicality intertwines with romance, the concept of a prenuptial agreement is increasingly gaining traction. Once perceived as a provision exclusive to the affluent, the benefits of a prenuptial agreement are now recognised by couples from various walks of life. Particularly in Australia,

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RV Legal wins at the Australian Enterprise Awards 2024

RV Legal is proud to announce that we took out one of the top prizes at APAC Insider Magazine’s 2024 Australian Enterprise Awards—in the category of most client-focused law firm. The award recognises our ongoing dedication to ensuring our clients receive the very best in compassionate, exceptional legal advice and representation. The Australian Enterprise Awards

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The Importance of Creating a Will and Avoiding Intestate Succession

The Importance of Creating a Will and Avoiding Intestate Succession

Do you have a valid Will? Creating a Will means avoiding the risk of dying intestate and provides clarity for what happens to your assets after your passing. What does ‘Dying Intestate’ mean? The meaning of ‘dying intestate’ is dying without a valid Will. Intestacy rules dictate that your estate is administered according to the

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A Guide to Selecting Beneficiaries for Your Will

It is possible to not write a Will and not nominate anyone to inherit your assets when you pass away. This is called ‘dying intestate’. When this happens, the laws of your state or territory will decide how your estate is administered. However, this means you don’t have the opportunity to decide how your assets

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