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‘Making a will? Why not plan your end-of-life care too’ – Queensland leading the way

Roger Scott comments on a piece in The Conversation (1.10.14) ‘This excellent article gives the surprising information that Queensland is one of the trend-setters alongside the usual suspects of SA and ACT.   Personal experience suggests that this may relate to the low cost and public support for registering health directives as well as wills.  The Office of the Public Trustee charges no up-front fees for wills or the role of executor and also assists with advice on where to register Advanced Health Directives.’  

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