Genders and Partners - Dulwich, Sa 5065

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Suite V1, Level 3, 169 Fullarton Road , Dulwich , SOUTH AUSTRALIA 5065

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Founded in 1848 we are the oldest law firm in South Australia. We pride ourselves upon our integrity, personal service and professionalism. We specialise in Wills & Estate Planning; Trusts; and Probate & Administration of Deceased Estates.

We understand that you are busy – building a family, a career, a business, a prosperous future. You want to be sure that you’re making the right decisions for yourself and your loved ones, and that your plan will work when it is needed most. You need to know that you and your family will be taken care-of if anything happens to you. We can help you plan for every stage of life’s journey, and do so in the most convenient, courteous and effective manner possible. We are here to serve you.

About Rod Genders:

Rod Genders is a senior Australian lawyer specialising in trusts, Wills and estate planning, accident compensation, probate and deceased estate administration in Adelaide and throughout South Australia. His boutique specialist law firm, which was founded on 1848, is one of the oldest and most respected in Australia.

Rod is the winner of the prestigious 2015/16 Australian Law Award for Sole Practitioner of the Year for the whole of Australia, and is one of only 5 finalists worldwide for the international Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) Vulnerable Client Adviser of the Year 2015/16. Rod is a prolific author and speaker.

Rod is the 3rd generation of Genders in the law and has been practising specialised law since the mid 80’s. He has acted as counsel or consultant to in excess of 50 other firms around Australia. Rod holds the SA state record for the highest ever personal injury award of damages, and has been involved in several of the largest personal injury claims in Australian legal history.

For over 10 years he served on the Council of the Law Society of South Australia and is a senior member of its Succession Law Committee. Rod is a member of the London-based Society of Trusts and Estate Practitioners and serves on the local and international committees of that prestigious organisation. He is Chair of the international STEP Digital Assets Working Group and is active in law reform in this area.

For over 20 years Rod has chaired a private committee enquiring into the affairs of protected persons. He is a member of the Law Council of Australia, a member of the Notaries Society of South Australia and an associate.

Genders and Partners is located in the Dulwich area of SA. There are at least 10 other listings in the 5065 postcode area.

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Even though death is a serious subject, our most popular series continues for your morbid enjoyment. This time we’ve collected some macabre stories of people finding ways to die that might provoke a chuckle. Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/weird-probate-issues-part-6/
3/16/2018 3:51:53 AM

In this age of political correctness, it seems that humour is a dangerous occupation. Each joke must be carefully scrutinised for potential offence to some minority group, and then sanitised of any disrespect to anyone whose delicate sensibilities might be burdened with the weight of somebody laughing at their expense. Find out more: https://www.genders.com.au/laugh-at-a-lawyer-and-the-world-laughs-with-you/
3/14/2018 10:21:18 AM

Many people find probate in South Australia to be a confusing and intimidating topic. Some deceased estates in South Australia may not require probate, while others may require a different sort of grant if an executor is not named or a Will cannot be located. Some brave (or foolhardy) souls attempt a do-it-yourself approach by trying to administer the deceased estate of a loved one themselves. This rarely ends well. You’ll save a lot of time and energy if you seek the counsel of a lawyer with extensive knowledge of probate & deceased estates in Adelaide. Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/the-different-types-of-probate-in-south-australia/
3/10/2018 3:36:08 AM

The Wills of famous celebrities can teach us some valuable lessons about what NOT to do…. Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/weird-probate-issues-part-5/
3/2/2018 5:48:05 AM

The longer we live, the better our scientists & doctors will become at improving our life-expectancies. Australia now has one of the highest life expectancies in the world (higher even than USA and UK). As a result we can expect to live longer but we must also expect to require increasing amounts of assistance in our later years. We are likely to rely upon an increasing amount of care towards the end of our lives, and this care will be provided by people who will be in a position to influence us regarding testamentary gifts. Learn more https://www.genders.com.au/elder-abuse-a-silent-and-growing-epidemic/
2/6/2018 7:22:20 AM

What if you want your children from previous relationships to receive a larger share of the estate than your new spouse? What if you’re worried that your spouse will remarry and pass on the bulk of your estate to a new spouse or their children? You may trust your new spouse to care financially for your children from previous relationships, but what if they become estranged after you’re gone? In such cases, your spouse may decide that your children don’t deserve an inheritance and fail to provide for them. Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/critical-importance-of-making-a-will-to-protect-children-from-previous-relationships/
2/1/2018 4:56:22 AM

The Bottom Line – Some people are determined to have their final say in their strange Last Wills and Testaments. Have a smile at their attempts to ‘rule from beyond the grave’. Because our last posts Weird Probate Issues and More Weird Probate issues were so popular, we have decided to create an entire series Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/weird-probate-issues-part-4/
1/28/2018 12:20:17 AM

When you are going through a separation, you need to update your estate planning documents to protect yourself, your children & family and your assets. Here are some important matters to consider after a relationship breakup. Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/estate-planning-documents-you-need-to-update-after-separation-or-divorce-in-australia/
1/23/2018 11:11:42 PM

Could there ever be a legal expectation of a “use-by date” for humans? We might scoff at such an outlandish notion, and relegate it to science-fiction, but should we be so quick to dismiss it entirely? If Walt Disney wants to spend his own money to cryogenically freeze his body immediately after his death, in the hope that one day medical science will be able to cure him, then most people would probably shrug and say “So what – it doesn’t affect me.” But what if a person with limited assets wanted to do this, with the effect that their entire deceased estate would be consumed by the expense. Would the law (driven by societal expectation) permit that person’s children to over-rule the deceased’s wishes, switch-off the freezer and spend the savings? https://www.genders.com.au/science-fiction-in-estate-planning/
1/23/2018 3:44:19 AM

A substantial percentage of “weird Wills” end up being contested in Court, causing family unnecessary stress and delay, and eroding the estate with massive Court and legal costs. Be careful. If you are thinking about writing something ‘weird’ into your Will, you’d better seek legal advice first. Your Will and its contents is a serious matter. Isn’t it worth ensuring that it delivers the outcome that you want? Learn more: https://www.genders.com.au/weird-probate-issues-part-3/
1/16/2018 4:00:18 AM

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