Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Creating a new Will to ensure that your loved ones receive the appropriate portions of your estate in the event of your death is highly recommended; it can avoid family disputes, delays and expense to your family once you are gone. It is also important to update your Will upon marriage or separation, or any other major change in your circumstances. You may also wish to appoint a testamentary guardian to look after your children. We have the experience and expertise to create a Will which reflects your needs and will provide for your family in the future in accordance with your wishes.

Many clients also wish to prepare Enduring Powers of Attorney. These provide directions as to who should take care of your property and personal welfare in the event that you are incapacitated. Carefully drafted Enduring Powers of Attorney can remove the need to apply for Protection of Personal Property Rights orders at a later date.