How to manage your life admin (without losing your hair)

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Be honest, how do you feel about 30 June? Not so much the day itself, but the implications that come with it. It marks the end of the Financial Year, which means tax time, which means getting your affairs in order, which means booking in with the accountant, which means a mad rush to try and find all your receipts, which means silently cursing yourself for not being more organised during the year, which ultimately makes you want to curl ...

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Guest Blog: 10 situations that should prompt you to consider updating your Will (or to make one)

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Guest Blogger: Matthew Smith, Clinch Long Woodbridge Lawyers

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Your will should never be seen as “set in stone”.  It should be seen as a legal document that can be easily updated if and when necessary. Some of the things that might prompt you to consider an updating of your will include:

1.    A change to your assets and liabilities
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