Wills, Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardian
Estate planning involves developing a strategy to distribute your assets after you die and nominating responsible people to carry out your wishes. Proper estate planning will minimise uncertainties with arranging probate, a critical step in releasing your assets. Financial dependents, tax implications and jointly owned properties are some of the many factors that need to be considered.
Superannuation, usually a valuable part of your estate, has its own set of rules and regulations around distributing to your beneficiaries.
Preparing a Will, Power of Attorney (enduring or general) and Enduring Guardian ensure that your wishes are protected in relation to financial, health and lifestyle decisions.