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Making a Will for LGBTIQ+ people

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Hear from legal experts how to successfully set up your Will, Power of Attorney and Estate and what aspects are important and unique for LGBTIQ+ people.

Estate planning is an important process for everyone, but it can be especially complex for LGBTIQ+ people due to unique legal considerations and potential discrimination. This event brings together a panel of legal experts to share their insights and advice on how to set up your Will, Power of Attorney, and Estate in a way that addresses your specific needs and goals.

The panel includes:
- Professor Miranda Stewart, an expert in taxation and estate planning with over 20 years of experience. She has advised governments, businesses, and individuals on tax law and policy, and has written numerous publications on estate planning and philanthropy.
- Mark Debeljak, the founding Director and one of the owners of Rubiix Business Accountants. With more than 30 years’ experience in the accounting industry and as a Fellow Chartered Accountant, Mark brings an extensive knowledge of all areas of Accounting and Taxation, and has particular expertise in Asset Protection, Superannuation, Business Management and Strategic Planning.
- Malcolm Campbell, who heads up the Wills and Estates Team and is passionate about working with families and individuals. His clients also include people who are unable or do not wish to manage their own affairs. He has extensive experience working in the LGBTQI community. His extensive experience will give you the confidence that your affairs are in safe hands.

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