Hutley's Australian Wills Precedents - 7th Edition (Hardcover)
|Author(s) :||Rowland, C|
|Short Description :||
OUT OF PRINT
|Format :||Practitioner, Hardcover|
|Published :||April, 2009|
The 7th edition is much more than an 'update' of the previous edition. The whole book has been thoroughly examined and reconsidered. The text, forms and precedents have been revised and in many places rewritten and extended. New cases and statutes have been taken into account and contentious issues critically examined.
The precedent for a testamentary discretionary family trust will fill a need. These trusts are very difficult to draft. The trust offered here is a flexible, middle-of-the-road, general vehicle, designed to be adaptable to the needs of clients and practitioners. It allows for income splitting and offers some asset protection. The precedent is considered and explained in the text and is accompanied by a full and detailed explanatory document to be given to clients.
The new, detailed, Table of Contents is intended to be a search engine, to complement the conventional index. It is a comprehensive list of all chapter and paragraph headings, occupying many pages; it therefore offers ready access to the matters which a will drafter has to consider.
A Compact Disc containing all the precedents and forms in Microsoft Word 2002 format is included.
· Boaden, Collins, Phillips & Sparke, Wills Probate and Administration Service Victoria (looseleaf and online)
· Haines, Construction of Wills in Australia, 2007
· Handler & Handler, Mason & Handler's Introduction to the Succession Act 2006: The Law of Wills, 2008
· Hockley, MacMillan & Curthoys, Wills Probate and Administration Service WA (looseleaf and online)
· Mackie, Principles of Australian Succession Law, 2008
· Mason & Handler, Succession Law and Practice New South Wales (looseleaf and online)
Estate Planning · Testamentary capacity · Concealment of a will · Order to produce a will · Taking instructions and structuring a will · Wills for assets in foreign countries · Enduring powers of attorney · Directions as to medical treatment - living wills · Guardianship · Provision for spouse or partner · Family provision · Financial Agreements - prenuptial, nuptial and postnuptial · Taxes and duties · Life insurance policies · Superannuation · Various forms of gifts · Annuities · Trusts · Life interests · Residuary gifts and lapse of gifts · Gifts to charities · Gifts to unincorporated associations · Forms of attestation · Contracts to make wills, and Mutual wills.
Charles Rowland is the author of the highly successful LexisNexis title Hutley's Australian Wills Precedents, 7th Edition. Charles has been involved in law reform in the area of succession law, and is the ACT representative on the Australian National Committee for Uniform Succession Laws. He has a Bachelor of Arts and a Bachelor of Laws (cum laude), both from the University of Natal and previously taught at the Australian National University specialising in the law of wills and executors. He also taught at James Cook University of North Queensland (adjunct Professor) and the University of South Africa. Charles is presently a consultant to Dixon Advisory Law.