What To Do When a Family Member Contests a Will

Will’s are intended to be clear instructions as to how assets are divided after a death occurs. There are many different ways assets can be shared amongst remaining loved ones and this is decided by the deceased if they have made a Will.  If the deceased has not made a Will, their assets are divided according to legislation.

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Property Line Disputes: Tree Disputes Between Neighbours

Property disputes between neighbours over trees tend to come up when: branches overhang a neighbouring property; leaves and rotten fruit fall into a neighbouring property from a neighbour’s tree; or trees are growing too close to the fence line and damage the dividing fence and or the retaining wall.Each state in Australia has its own process for resolving these disputes. Western Australia has does not.

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Standard Terms and Conditions for Flying Drones

If Obama flew the drone in this picture in Australia for a commercial purpose, he would have to:

  • comply with the standard terms and conditions of operation;
  • be a certified drone pilot;
  • make sure the business conducting the drone operation was also certified; and
  • know the new drone laws estimated to arrive later this year.

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