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Wills for Aboriginal people
As an Aboriginal person, you may have culturally sensitive requirements to document in your Will.
These may include how to provide for:
I would like information on planning ahead for an Aboriginal person
Our Taking care of business handbookis an easy to read introduction to Wills, Powers of Attorney, Enduring Guardianship and Advance Care Planning for Aboriginal people. This edition was published in 2015 and includes case studies, tips, useful definitions and contacts.
Our Aboriginal Wills handbook provides guidance for legal practitioners advising an Aboriginal person, you can learn more about preparing culturally sensitive planning ahead documents in our handbook. The handbook was written by Professor Prue Vines in conjunction with the Indigenous Law Centre at the University of New South Wales (UNSW).
Our Aboriginal Will Preparation form is reproduced from the Aboriginal Wills Handbook, written by Professor Prue Vines. You can fill out the form and take it with you when you see a lawyer or NSW Trustee and Guardian to make your Will.