Wills & Estate Planning
Have you done your Will? Or your Advance Care Directive?
Many adult Australians do not have a valid Will or Advance Care Directive or Power of Attorney.
All these documents are designed to protect your interests; to ensure what your wishes are for after you die or what your wishes are if you should become incapacitated and unable to care for yourself.
Not only is it peace of mind for you but it also provides clarity for your loved ones. It’s much easier to administer your estate or take care of you if you become incapacitated, if people know what your personal wishes are.
How can we assist you with your estate planning needs?
- Wills; both simple and complex
- Trusts; including family and charitable
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Advance Care Directives
- Loan Agreements
- Acting as Executors and Trustees
- Advising trustees of their duties and powers
- Proactive estate planning to prevent expensive and stressful disputes
How do we charge for Estate Planning matters?
We have a mix of options for charging on estate planning matters. We either use an hourly rate approach or fixed fees.
Talking about fees and charges is difficult for a lot of people. We operate in a transparent and open manner. We encourage you to ask us, at your first visit, to ask us about fees if we haven’t already raised it. Rest assured, you will receive a quote for the work you are requesting, and if you choose not to proceed after that first meeting, there will be no bill.