FAKE FRIENDS ARE NOT PAID CARERS: Loophole in power of attorney laws

QLS Proctor – FAKE FRIENDS ARE NOT PAID CARERS: Loophole in power of attorney laws

Posted Posted in Queensland Law Society Proctor Magazine

FAKE FRIENDS ARE NOT PAID CARERS: Loophole in power of attorney laws Christine Smyth Once upon a time, way off in a distant land, friendship was forged through shared experiences, trust, loyalty and a bond of genuine affection.  It was not something you paid for, unlike other services, that have a more salacious aspect, but […]

Executor's Commission

Executor’s Commission

Posted Posted in Queensland Law Society Proctor Magazine

From privilege to pains and trouble “You are not obliged to accept the role of personal representative” 1  is advice I typically give my  personal representative (PR) clients. Often their response is confusion as they seek to reconcile that advice with their own sense of responsibility. On the one hand they consider the appointment a privilege, on the other they know it is a […]