Wills and Personal Affairs
It is important to make sure that you have a clear plan and that your intentions are accurately and validly recorded so that they can be successfully followed at the appropriate time.
Putting in place arrangements for personal affairs in the event of death or incapacity is not something people often like to think about. However, many are also unaware of the costs associated with dying intestate (without a Will), and the significant additional burden this can place on loved ones at an already stressful and emotional time.
It is important to make sure that you have a clear plan and that your intentions are accurately and validly recorded so that they can be successfully followed at the appropriate time. We go beyond merely recording your intentions, and provide full service advice on the most effective way to distribute your assets, tax considerations, testamentary trusts, jointly owned assets, and superannuation in a way which seeks to instil certainty and avoid costly disputes.
We also advise on the appointment of Powers of Attorney for business and financial decisions and Enduring Guardians for peace of mind about matters affecting your health and lifestyle.
So whether you are looking to get started putting arrangements in place, your life circumstances have changed, or you would like for us to review your Will and other personal affairs, our skilled and insightful legal team are ready to provide you with all the guidance and advice you require to ensure you achieve your wishes and leave a legacy for your loved ones.
For a confidential discussion about your personal affairs and get started on your Will, contact us today.