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Dino Di Rosa
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Principal of Di Rosa Lawyers, a leading Adelaide law firm
Principal of Di Rosa Lawyers, a leading Adelaide law firm

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Pre-nups are a talking point again due to the seismic Bezos divorce recently publicised in the US.
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An exasperated solicitor once offered to buy a kitchen appliance to stop a couple fighting over the marital kitchen hardware. Welcome to the Court of Emotions.
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I spoke to SBS Radio recently about wills and estates. Here are some extracts of what I said.
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The law of adverse possession in action in New South Wales. It is highly unlikely, if not impossible, that a similar decision will ever be made in South Australia.
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Sadly, it does happen - usually it's the larger firms with big overheads who overcharge. You're better off having someone who will listen, give you proper advice and act on your reasonable instructions. Families are best left out of the Family Law Courts if at all possible.

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With nearly 20,000 cases in the family court system at any one time, and demand for services ever present, it's not surprising that families have to wait for their cases to be determined.
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Families of people who have recently died face an extended waiting period for resolution of non-contentious estates as the Probate Registry of the Supreme Court of South Australia transitions to an on line system.
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In case you are wondering how top flight judicial appointments occur in Australia compared to the US. Given the recent Kavanaugh debacle ("on both sides") this is one view declaring that it can (technically) happen here.
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More than half of Australian adults don’t have a will, even though it could mean their families are left out in the cold in the event of their death.
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In an interesting case in Queensland, an audio recording can be a testamentary "document" and admitted to Probate provided it can be proved that the person intended that it be their last will.
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