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You might have died, but your fb profile hasn’t.

Our online selves live on after we’ve died, so what are the big decisions we need to make about social media before we face death?

Tech journalist Claire Reilly talks us through the digital breadcrumbs of Tinder, Twitter, Tumbler, Bumble, Hinge, Facebook, Grindr and Insty that form the digital sandwich of your afterlife — and how to handle it now so your family won’t get a huge shock when they peer into your DM’s post-mortem.

Wait, can they do that? …


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Your sick or ageing loved one is lying in a hospital bed. The doctors are asking for a decision: “What would they want?”. What about the advance care directive? Wait, what is that? And how do I make a decision about someone that’s not me?

Get your wishes in order, and make sure the people around you have theirs in order too. Jacinta talks about being asked in the ICU whether to keep her 97-year-old great uncle alive or not. And Dr Peter Saul talks us through what he calls an ‘authentic death’ in the chaos of an ICU.

THE PINEAPPLE PROJECT | S4 | 05 Tough decisions in the ICU

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So, who gets your kids if you die? And have they actually agreed to take them? SPOILER ALERT: A will written on the back of a coaster isn’t necessarily legit.

Here’s an easy guide to making a will and keeping it updated. We’ll cover all the basics, from the assets you can’t forget about, to nominating an executor — or outsourcing to a lawyer.

Lawyer Andrew Simpson shows Jan and her husband how to write a will (really CAN you just download one off the internet?); and Jan contemplates telling her sisters they’re not getting the apartment.

Plus you’ll learn what mistakes to AVOID when you’re divvying up your earthly possessions.

THE PINEAPPLE PROJECT | S4 04 | Will power — does it count if you write it on a post-it?


Image credit: Abbie Mellé For most Australians, your most significant asset is your home.  Home ownership accounts for almost 50% of average household wealth. So, it’s pretty awesome that if you sell your home, and your home is worth more than when you bought it, the tax office charges you 0% tax on the money […]

Your home and your will: 3 things your will specialist should be asking

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When someone dies, it’s up to the people left behind to piece their lives together using only the clues left behind. What if the person who died was the one who paid the bills? Or, what if you haven’t spoken to them in a really long time?

THE PINEAPPLE PROJECT | S4 03 | Dead men tell no tales (about their assets)

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Chances are, you’ll have to arrange a funeral at least once. When a loved one dies, and suddenly it falls to you to organise things, where do you even start?


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Here’s what you need to know immediately after someone has died, because a tsunami of decisions is about to hit. How the heck do you get a death certificate? Will there be an autopsy? Um, literally, who are you supposed to call first?

The Pineapple Project | S4 01 | There’s a body, what next?

Separation and Divorce

If my best friend told me she was separating from her spouse, this is what I would tell her.

Separation & 5 things you can do to secure your legacy

Mental Load

Nicky Grummitt, self-confessed business addict, podcast lover, co-owner of 2 businesses G.Law & G-Fence, wife, mother and lawyer talks about her mental load and practical tips for freeing your mind.

What mental load means to me


It’s really common to get your will done when you may not have completed your family. If your family grows you need to consider the effect on your will.  There are different considerations for biological, adopted, foster or step-children.  Either way I recommend having the conversation – with your spouse and your will specialist. Book in with me anytime for a FREE15 minute discovery call.

Growing family? Your will and providing for biological, adopted, foster & step-children

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