Privacy Awareness Week 2021: Make privacy a priority
The Public Trustee will be celebrating Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) from 3 to 9 May 2021 because we are committed to protecting and respecting personal information, while embedding a privacy-aware work culture. Everyone has the capacity to breach privacy and cause irreversible harm.
Is my Will still valid after five years?
As busy Queenslanders, our lives are full of constant change and it’s important to note that as your life changes, so too should your Will.
Protect what you love
You’ve worked hard your entire life, so as you begin to ponder retirement you should also consider what options are available to you, to help protect the things and people you love, and most importantly, yourself.
I am an executor of a Will. What do I do?
Being named as an executor and administering an estate (the person’s assets) can be very daunting, especially at a time when you are grieving.
What to expect when making your Will
Making your Will for the first time can be a little overwhelming; therefore it’s important to have an idea of what you can expect when making your Will with the Public Trustee, and also some things for consideration before your appointment.
We help to protect Queenslanders from elder abuse
Sadly, elder abuse is a serious and growing concern in our community with more than 25,000 unreported cases in Queensland alone.
Who will make decisions for you if you can’t?
A serious illness, disability, or an accident can happen at any time.
Our top tips for enjoying your golden years
Are you fully prepared to enjoy your golden years? By getting your affairs in order, you can give yourself peace of mind and carry on enjoying the best years of your life!
What do these famous people have in common?
Bob Marley, Prince, Jimi Hendrix, Amy Winehouse and Martin Luther King all died without a valid Will.