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    Quote Originally Posted by Happymum2 View Post

    oh so there's no loan agreement in place stipulating you'd have to relay their estate should they both pass?

    that's really generous of them to help you out like that, you have great in laws!
    Very generous! They may frustrate the hell out of me at times but they have done many things over the years to help us which I'm very thankful for.

    My sister in law has the same agreement with them for her house. Nothing in the loan agreements but it states in their wills that my husband and his sister are to share the assets equally (worded better than that though).
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    I don't have a solicitor, but I'm thinking of engaging one to do an official will type thing soon. Is 'important document looking after' a service they would offer?

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    I don't have a solicitor, but I'm thinking of engaging one to do an official will type thing soon. Is 'important document looking after' a service they would offer?
    For anyone in WA - the Public Trustee has a free "will bank" service. Basically, you lodge your original will with them, and they store it securely. When you die, they will release the will to your appointed executor.

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I don't have a solicitor, but I'm thinking of engaging one to do an official will type thing soon. Is 'important document looking after' a service they would offer?
    Your bank should offer a safety deposit box or envelope where you can store important paperwork for a small fee.

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    If you lose your deed it's usually no big issue as the land titles department in your state will have a copy. You usually just pay a fee of $20-$30 to get it printed.


 

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