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Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney 


Anyone over the age of 18 should have a Will, and it is crucial it is reviewed and updated regularly. Having a Will ensures you decide how your assets will be distributed, who you have as your executor or trustee and if you have children who will care for them after you are gone. If you don't have a Will when you pass away, the law will determine how your assets are distributed, often causing additional stress for your loved ones.


It is also crucial you have an enduring power of attorney that allows you to appoint someone you trust to manage your personal, financial and health care matters, in the event you are unable to do so for yourself. You may also wish to appoint someone as your attorney under a general power of attorney to act on your behalf in financial and legal matters including business decisions while you are unavailable.


Whether you need assistance appointing an attorney, drafting a new Will or updating an existing Will, I can provide the advice and assistance you need to enable you to rest easy knowing your affairs are in order.

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I have the knowledge and experience to assist you in planning for the future by ensuring you have an appropriate power of attorney and a Will that will carry out your wishes.

I can assist you with the following:

  • Advising on and drafting a Will

  • Advising on and setting up testamentary trusts

  • Updating and changing an existing Will

  • Appointing or revoking an enduring power of attorney

  • Preparing advanced health directives

  • Assist with business succession planning.

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