Wills / Enduring Powers of Attorney
A professionally prepared Will properly provides for your family and loved ones and provides you with peace of mind.
A Will allows you to leave your estate in the way you wish. If you were to die intestate (that is without leaving a Will), an inflexible set of rules will apply and your estate might not be distributed in the way you would like.
Enduring Power of Attorney
An Enduring Power of Attorney is a document which allows you to appoint in advance a person or persons (usually a spouse, child or trusted member of the family) to make decisions for you if you happen to temporarily or permanently lose capacity.
Your attorney or attorneys can be authorised to make decisions for you in relation to financial matters or personal and health matters or both.
If you were to lose capacity without having an Enduring Power of Attorney in place, it is likely the Public Trustee would be appointed to manage your financial affairs.
Our clients achieve peace of mind after making an Enduring Power of Attorney, safe in the knowledge that this important role can be carried out seamlessly by a person or persons near and dear to them.
Please contact us if we can assist you in this regard.