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Many do not realise that a person’s superannuation does not make up a part of their estate and therefore cannot be included in that person’s will. Instead, a person’s superannuation must be left to the intended beneficiary by using a reversionary pension, a death benefit nomination, or the trustee’s discretion. To complicate matters, there are numerous forms of death benefit nomination.
Each of these options will impact a person’s estate plan differently. We can provide advice and implementation of a death benefit plan that complements a person’s estate plan so that their superannuation is gifted to the intended beneficiaries.
- documents that may be required depend on the nature of the matter at hand
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