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for those you love

We're the experts in helping Australian's
living with complex health conditions or
hard to insure occupations,
intended parents & surrogates,
get their life insurances sorted.

 

We've helped establish over $45,000,000
of life insurances for Australians living with HIV, Diabetes, and other hard to insure health conditions.

We help protect over $5,000,000 of annual incomes, bringing equality to personal insurance
with every new client.

 



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When it comes to the LGBTI community, there's really no such thing as average

Wherever you are on your life journey

When it comes to the LGBTI community, there's really no such thing as average; there's just way too much diversity among us for that.

That said, we've found three different life stages are shared by many.

If you're Single, Partnered or Parenting, we can help you better understand your options and help you make some fabulous decisions.

Whatever your situation, we can help you

  • Single

    Age is no indicator of relationship status or financial responsibility.

    • You can be young and starting out or older and established; and both enjoying living the single life.
    • You might be single, single again, sometimes single, single with kids, single with pets or perhaps something a little more complicated.

    When it comes to being single in the LGBTQI+ community, there's really no such thing as average.

    And it's your single life, so live it your way.

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  • Partnered

    Sharing life and love with someone can be twice as exciting.

    • You might be partnered, partnered with pets, officially de facto, officially married (yay!), splitting expenses but sharing life, or joining incomes and combining financial lives too.
    • You might be together but living apart, working towards a future with kids, thinking about fostering, adopting, IVF or surrogacy; or perhaps something a little more complicated.

    When it comes to being partnered in the LGBTQI+ community, there's really no such thing as average.

    There's no right or wrong way to live a purposeful life, just what works for you both.

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  • Parenting

    For today's LGBTQI+ families, there are no accidental families.

    • You might be parenting and single with kids, parenting solo with kids, parenting and partnered with kids, (yours, theirs and ours), dual parents with kids, co-parents, foster parents, adoptive parents, or even adoptive parents of kids with additional needs (just beautiful!).
    • You might be a lesbian co-parenting couple or super involved 'Guncles' or Aunties. You might not even identify with the broader LGBTQI+ community but find yourself a parent in a same-sex relationship, or perhaps something a little more complicated.

    When it comes to parenting in the LGBTQI+ community, there's really no such thing as average.

    However you're doing it, Love makes a family.

    Read more...

Whoever you Love, however you Identify & regardless of any Gender you might be comfortable with,
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When to arrange Intended Parent and Surrogate Life Insurances

When to arrange Intended Parent and Surrogate Life Insurances

When to arrange Intended Parent and Surrogate Life Insurances

The complexity that can be IVF and Surrogacy Agreements.

When working through any complex process, getting the timing right is often the key to success.

And that's never more true than for folks using IVF treatments as part of Growing Families.

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How much life insurance cover do I need?

How much life insurance cover do I need?

How much life insurance cover do I need?

This question has always intrigued me because it sounds similar to the equally difficult to answer question, ‘how long is a piece of string?’

I suppose the answer is, ‘as long as it needs to be and as much as you need to have’.

But that's probably not going to move the answer along much, so here is a good place to start your thinking.

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