Wills and Powers of Attorney
Making a will is an important step in ensuring that when you pass away, your estate will be distributed the way you planned. In your will, you are able to:
- List beneficiaries
- Appoint Guardian/s for children
- Appoint Executor/s
- Set out gifts to certain people, organisations or charities
- Provide instructions for your burial or cremation
- Provide instructions for your funeral amongst other things.
To be considered a valid will, the will must be:
- In writing;
- Signed by the testator in the presence of two or more witnesses and at least two of those witnesses attest and sign the will in the presence of the testator.
We can assist with the drawing up of:
- Powers of Attorney
- Appointment of Enduring Guardianship
We provide out of hours appointments should you need to consult a solicitor urgently. We can visit you at hospital, at home or nursing homes should you be unable to attend our offices.
Call us today for a free initial telephone consultation regarding your matter.