Tag Archive: Enduring Power of Attorney

THE 15% TAX TRAP ON SUPERANNUATION DISTRIBUTIONS (Why you might need a “Conflict of Interest” clause in your EPOA)

  • May 12, 2021

After death, any money that the deceased was still holding in their Superannuation Fund must be distributed out. According to the usual Superannuation rules, the payment of this money is made in line with written instructions* and is typically directed to the deceased’s surviving spouse and/or family members. Under tax laws however, these payments will…

Sharing Family Finances with an Enduring Power of Attorney in place?

  • May 12, 2021

Sharing financial assistance within family networks such as interest free loans, lump sum gifts and even contributing to the cost of the construction of a granny flat for personal occupancy occur all the time. Usually, these arrangements go on between Parents and their adult children but can also be between adult siblings and/or spouses. Commonly,…

Executors Questions Answered

  • August 8, 2019

On the 7th of August Zande Law ran a seminar on ‘Executors Questions Answered’. A big thank you to all of our guests. Judging from feedback, all information was well received. Watch out for upcoming seminars!

Health Check For Your Enduring Power Of Attorney

  • May 23, 2019

HEALTH CHECK FOR YOUR ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY Medically speaking, we all know that a regular health check-up with your Doctor (even when we are not sick) can detect and cure health problems before they become unmanageable. In many ways, the same practice should be followed with legal documents such as Enduring Powers of Attorney…