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What happens when I die? Season 2, Episode 6

This episode comes with a warning and includes sensitive information about death and dying.

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In another big episode (the final in season two) Anna talks to Marsha Laine Dungog, international tax lawyer extraordinaire from San Francisco about the profession’s swift shift to digital to better serve a peripatetic client base.

Anna also talks to much-loved guest Amy from The Art of Decluttering about dealing with the death of a loved one and how her business has helped people manage and store precious belongings over the past 18 months.

Jennifer Batrouney AM QC concludes the episode and shares her deeply personal experience about dealing with the death of her brother at the height of Victoria’s lockdown in mid 2020. 

Guests: Amy Revell CEO and Founder the Art of Decluttering, Jennifer Batrouney AM QC from the Victorian Bar, and Marsha Laine Dungog, Partner at Withersworldwide.

Host: Anna Hacker, Principal, Australian Unity Trustees Legal Services


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What happens when I die? is a podcast by Australian Unity. 

General advice for listeners: Please be aware that the information in this podcast has been prepared without considering the objectives, financial situation, or needs of any individual and is general in nature. If you do wish to act on the information, before doing so you should consider its appropriateness to your circumstances and obtain specific legal and financial advice. As we suggest in the podcast we would always recommend obtaining financial and legal advice relevant to your circumstances before making any decisions and also in line with this suggest getting specialist advice from a tax professional to confirm the impact of this financial advice on your overall tax position.