ADAM AND BIANCA

Adam and Bianca have been together for 4 years. They are not married.

Adam was married previously, and still isn’t divorced.

He has a teenage son from his first marriage.

Adam dies from a sudden stroke.

Adam doesn’t have a Will.

Under intestacy laws, the spouse’s entitlement must be shared between spouses.

Adam’s ex wife will get a portion of the first $50k and 1/3rd, shared with Bianca.

The balance of the 2/3rd of the estate will be left to Adam’s teenage son.

Adam’s son will receive his inheritance at the age of 18, as he is no longer a minor. He buys a fancy sports car and spends his money on parties. Bianca loses her home.

If you don’t want to be Adam or Bianca, book a free strategy session by calling 9800 1217 or book here: https://greatsouthernwills.com.au/book-a-free-consultation/

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