Clients frequently say that they want a ‘simple Will”, which in many cases it can be, but in many other cases it is not so simple. Consideration has to be given as to all the various circumstances which may arise when considering the inevitable, and also with all the various family relationships which need to be addressed. We also have significant experience in making and defending Family Provision Applications where Wills are contested, and also dealing with procedures under Enduring Powers of Attorney and with elder law. Having a properly drawn Will and Enduring Power of Attorney can protect you and your family and save significant legal costs later, and give you peace of mind.
A large part of many people’s investments these days is superannuation, but they don’t want some Trustees in a capital city to decide who should receive the bounty of your superannuation. We can also help and advise you in relation to binding death nominations so that you can ensure that your wishes (or “will”) governs what happens to your superannuation.