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Financial discussions during divorce tend to focus on dividing assets and cash, but managing your insurance is an area which can make a big difference for you and your family.


Over 40% of Australian marriages fail, with nearly half of these involving families with young children.

While insurance protection may have been something that both parties had conside...

With escalating property prices continuing to make headline news, it's no surprise that many people consider the family home as their most valuable asset. It's certainly one they fully insure.

But, in most cases, your home is not your most valuable asset. It's your ability to earn an income.

Over your lifetime, your earning capacity could amount to millions of...

Estate planning is something everyone should consider.

Since no one knows when they will pass away, estate planning should be on everyone’s agenda.

If you pass away without a valid will, state laws determine how your estate will be administered. And it may not necessarily be as you would expect.

Blended families

Early estate planning is even more important for p...

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