Expatriate Australians based in Indonesia have a number of strategic interests to consider when estate planning.
Assets can be located in different places, held in different names and may have been accrued with or for different family structures.
The law governing your estate can depend on where you live, where you intend to live and what kind of assets are being considered. Community property rules may govern your estate depending on where and who you married. The rules can be different depending upon the religion of yourself and your intended beneficiaries.
All of these variable mean that proper legal advice is required to make a will which will work the way you intend it to.
The best way to start is to have an initial consultation to work out how to address your particular situation.
Greg Finlayson offers an initial consultation via Skype for a fixed price.