Charities as Beneficiaries of Wills

by Andrew Lind on 7 August, 14

Brisbane Legal  Consultant – Graham Corney Discusses a recent decision of the Supreme Court of NSW that highlights the need for charities, even those long established and credible, to have prudent measures in place to guard their credibility and reputation when supporters or those in their care, especially the frail and elderly, indicate an intention to benefit the charity in their Will. Click here to read more.

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