Legal planning secures your assets for the future benefit of your family and loved ones. Give your family and friends peace of mind by generating a legally effective will.
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Those closest to you are important that is why it is crucial you prepare a legal will. Many people feel that they don’t have enough to leave, or that their affairs are too simple to necessitate a will. The need for a will is most important if you want your wishes carried out and to avoid the issues your loved ones will face if you die intestate (without a will), especially at a time when they are least able to cope with such things.
A Will is a legal document setting out who will receive your property and possessions after your death. You will need to choose a person or persons to be the executor of your will. The executors duty is to collect all your assets, organise the payment of your debts and then distribute your property in accordance to your will.
Unless you have a validly executed will, the law governs where your property goes in the event of your death. It is therefore very important to have a will and to keep it updated regularly.
We can provide a low-cost fixed fee for all will services to ensure your peace of mind. Our services include advices to all prospective trustees and executors, where necessary.
Changes to relationship status can affect the terms, or the validity, of a will. Make sure you consider changes to your will, and any superannuation beneficiary notice, when your relationship status changes.