Hicksons Special Counsel, Roslyn Pavey, article featured in SMSF Adviser

Specialised forward planning can leave your family and loved ones in a much better position to manage your estate and ensure your wealth is transferred to your intended beneficiaries in the best possible way.

Despite this, nearly 50 per cent of Australians do not have a will—and those who do, do not have a comprehensive estate plan in place, according to the Australian Securities and Investments Commission.

In light of this, Hicksons Special Counsel, Roslyn Pavey, recently wrote an article in SMSF Adviser discussing the importance of proper estate planning and how anyone can get started.

View the full article here

Please contact Hicksons Special Counsel, Roslyn Pavey, at [email protected] if you need any assistance or guidance.

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