Wills and Estate Planning
Protect your family when they need it the most
Dying without a legally valid Will can be costly and create added stress for loved ones at an already difficult time. Life events (such as marriage, divorce or the birth of a child) also trigger the need for estate planning advice or a review of your existing plan.
Wills and Estate Planning provide a solid foundation and framework for the management of your affairs (should the worst happen). An Estate Plan addresses your concerns and accountabilities, resolves potential disputes and helps minimise tax.
A comprehensive estate planning service will address:
- Estate and non-estate assets
- Superannuation strategy and distribution mechanisms
- Appointment of people you trust to act as attorneys and/or guardians (dealing with trustees, legal representation, incapacity and/or disability)
- Protection of beneficiaries.