Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney​

It is important to have a Will regardless of whether you feel you have no assets to give. A Will appoints a person to administer your estate (your executor) and sets out how you want your property and personal items distributed. An Enduring Power of Attorney is an important document allowing you to appoint a person to act for you (stand in your shoes) in the event you no longer have capacity to make decisions. Both documents are important and should form part of your estate plan regardless of your stage in life or personal circumstances. 

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Included in your fixed fee - standard will $495 (inc GST) or standard enduring power of attorney $330 (inc gst)

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