“In this world nothing can be said to be certain except death and taxes.”
A Will is only one part of complete estate planning. Our estate planning lawyers ensure that all the elements of your estate are properly attended to. The most common Estate Planning considerations are:
Unfortunately, the law of Wills and Estates is complex and archaic. We ensure that your instructions are clear, legal and likely to be followed.
We usually charge a fixed fee for Wills and Estate Planning.
An Enduring Power of Guardianship appoints someone to make medical and lifestyle decisions on your behalf. Your Guardian can only act when you have lost mental capacity. Our lawyers can help you appoint a suitable Guardian.
Our lawyers ensure that the instructions in your Advance Health Directive are clear and unambiguous.
A detailed Trust in your Will can protect your assets for future generations. It can also minimise tax payable by your beneficiaries.
Our lawyers can discuss the advantages and disadvantages of a Testamentary Trust with you as part of comprehensive estate planning.