Eva Vass

General Law Brochure

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Wills & Estates Law

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Deceased Estates and Will Disputes

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Wills & Estate Planning

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Latest podcast on 2GB

on 2016-03-09 – 0 Comments

John Mann, Accredited Specialist Our Wills and Estates Law accredited specialist John Mann recently appeared on 2GB Chris Smith Afternoon Show taking questions from callers on topics such as Powers of Attorney, Making a Will and whether you can exclude family members when drafting a Will.   You can listen to this podcast as well […]

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John Mann, Special Counsel

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John Mann Accredited Specialist in WIlls and Estates Law | Unfair Wills NSW

Accredited Specialist in Wills and Estates Law    

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Effect of a falling out may effect Family Provision Entitlements

on 2016-02-03 – 0 Comments

Burke v Burke [2015] NSWCA 195  – Effect of a falling out may effect Family Provision Entitlements Unfortunately, sometimes there are times when there is a falling out between family members. The reasons are often complex but can result in an estrangement that may be long lasting. More often than not, this occurs between parents and […]

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Identical Wills are not Mutual Wills

on 2015-06-25 – 0 Comments

Campbell v Campbell [2015] NSWSC 784 In April, May and June 2015, the Supreme Court of NSW considered a claim by a daughter (‘the plaintiff’) who alleged that her mother was not entitled to deal with a property in Mosman (‘the Property’) because her late father and her mother had made an agreement to leave […]

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The Estate of the Late Neville Wran by Alex Munro

on 2015-06-09 – 0 Comments

No family or estate is immune to a dispute developing after a person’s death, although there are things that can be done to arrange your affairs to ensure the risk of a dispute developing is reduced. The estate of the former NSW Premier, the late Neville Wran is currently involved in legal action before the […]

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Where there’s a Will there’s a way

on 2014-05-13 – 0 Comments

The number of will disputes reaching the Supreme Court has shot up by almost 60 per cent since 2005, with blended families, entitled grandchildren and burgeoning estate values driving up the number of claims. While the death rate in NSW has increased by about 10 per cent over the past decade, fights over the family […]

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