It’s an urban myth that Walt Disney was cryogenically frozen (he was cremated). However, as technology progresses, and the possibility of cryogenic preservation becomes a reality, how does this affect your estate planning? Kimi Shah and Darrell Choong discuss the implications in a piece published in Legalwise News.
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For many families, Christmas is a happy time of year. But for those who may be newly separated, it can be a time of heartbreak. This leads to the very important question – who gets the children at Christmas? Shared arrangements For young children, Christmas Eve and Christmas morning are full of excitement waiting for Santa, … Read more
A recent case in the Magistrates Court of Victoria is a timely reminder to check that safety guards are fully operational and to promptly remove faulty machinery from production for repair. What happened? A machine that individually wrapped small cakes and muffins in plastic film was fed the food product by two conveyors to the … Read more
By Kimi Shah (Senior Associate) and Darrell Choong (Lawyer) Last year, it was announced that a cryogenics facility was going to be opened in Holbrook, New South Wales which makes Australia the third country in the world to allow its citizens to be cryogenically frozen. As technology progresses, and the idea of immortality becomes a … Read more