Your assets (estate) will be distributed according to a Government legal formula and, if you die without a Will (intestate) and you have no surviving relations closer than cousins, your estate will pass to the Government. There are also special rules to do with the family home, which the spouse/de facto may inherit to the exclusion of any children. It is estimated that over 45% of Australians do not have a will. Arranging a will is a simple process, not having a will can be complicated, costly and stressful for the people involved in sorting out the mess.


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