Liz Hurley's Son Proves Wills Are Never Watertight

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Liz Hurley's Son Proves Wills Are Never Watertight

Making a will can be uncomfortable which is why many of us put it off, but the cutting out of Liz Hurley's son Damian from his late father, Steve Bing's family trust shows that even when you do have a will in place there are no guarantees.

We asked for your stories about family disputes over inheritance and were overwhelmed with sad responses, proving that even when you don't have millions of dollars at stake, things can still turn ugly after a family member dies.

The Quicky speaks to one listener who shares her horror story, and two legal experts in estate planning to find out what you can do to ensure that when you die, your surviving family members aren't left arguing about what you leave behind.

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Host/Producer: Claire Murphy

Executive Producer: Siobhán Moran-McFarlane

Audio Producer: Ian Camilleri


Taylor* - Has lived through a horrendous family dispute over her grandmother's estate

Chris Herrald - Partner at Mullins Lawyers, a firm with one of Queensland's most respected wills and estates practices

Donal Griffin - Director of Legacy Law, a firm that specialises in helping people navigate and execute complex generational legacy plans for families

*Name has been changed to protect anonymity


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