Category Archives: Wilson Haynes Law

Happy Christmas from Wilson Haynes!

Wilson Haynes – solicitors, conveyancers and business advisors – wish our valued clients and supporters a very Merry Christmas and a happy and healthy 2018! We would like to thank all our existing and past clients for their referrals over the past year. We continue to rely on your referrals and word of mouth recommendations […]

Wills and Self-Managed Superannuation Funds (SMSFs)

 IS YOUR TRUSTEE COMPANY ABLE TO CONTINUE OPERATING THE SMSF?  If your Trustee Company cannot continue to operate, the ATO could wind up the Fund and this could be disastrous for your wealth creation and distribution wishes. So, what happens if you, as a director of the Trustee Company, become of unsound mind or die? […]

The Wilson Haynes ABC of what to do when someone dies

The Wilson Haynes ABC of what to do when someone dies The death of a loved one is hard enough without dealing with the practical side of wrapping up their estate and financial matters. Wilson Haynes – solicitors, conveyancers and business advisors – has a step-by-step guide to the paperwork and process required to settle […]

Estate Planning – What we discuss with you

Preparing your Will involves a lot more than simply ascertaining to whom you want to leave your property, goods, chattels and cash when you die. Wilson Haynes – solicitors, conveyancers and business advisors – will also explore a range of other important issues with you which may affect how you instruct us to prepare your […]

Termites, Insurance and Managing Agents

Most insurance policies do not cover (or severely restrict) damage to properties from termites. Termites can enter a property and demolish significant parts of it in a short period of time, requiring tens of thousands of dollars in rectification work. Principal of Wilson Haynes – solicitors, conveyancers and business advisors – Jim Wilson said: “Most […]

Be Honest

Before you post about people or businesses on social media be very careful that you are not engaging in defamation. For example, unless you have absolute and unequivocal proof of your assertions, it is not advisable to publish a post that says a person is ‘an absolute rip-off merchant’ or a business is a ‘rip-off shop’ […]