Nominating Your Legal Personal Representative

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Nominating your Legal Personal Representative as your beneficiary for your superannuation

Nominating A Legal RepresentativeIt may be after receiving advice from your Estate Planning Lawyer that you should nominate your “Legal Personal Representative” as your beneficiary for your superannuation and associated insurance payouts. This means that upon your death your superannuation and insurances will be paid to you Estate and ‘flow’ through your Will and Probate.

If you wish to do this it is extremely important that your Will has provisions included for these sums.

Your Estate Planning Lawyer will discuss the ramifications of this with you at length to determine how best to deal with your situation as each client’s estate planning needs and wants vary.

For more information about nominating a Legal Personal Representative, contact the team of Penrith Estate Planning Lawyers at Amanda Little & Associates Estates.

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