Simple solutions for effective estate planning


Planning for the inevitable is a crucial component of transferring and preserving the wealth you have created, but so many Aussies get it wrong before it becomes all too late. 

In this episode, host Alex Whitlock chats to veteran estate planning lawyer Peter Bobbin about when and how Australian investors should get their affairs in order to prepare for the worst, and the inevitable. Joined by SMSF Adviser’s editor, Katarina Taurian, Peter dispels common myths about estate planning, and insists it’s not as complex as most people think.


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