Life can change in an instant and when something unexpected happens, you want to ensure that you and your loved ones are protected. Having a Will is important as it tells your family what to do when you die, from how to deal with property, to your wishes regarding your funeral. Without a Will, your family may struggle to deal with your property upon your death and that is a burden you can avoid by being prepared. What happens in the event that you are incapacitated? Well, Enduring Powers of Attorney or Personal Directives can provide information to your family or caregivers about your medical care as well as financial and legal matters and allow them to make important decisions for you during your incapacitation.
- Wills and estate
- Personal directives
If you wish to be prepared for unexpected illness, incapacitation or your death, then contact our Group to discuss your options for the preparation of your Will, Enduring Power of Attorney or Personal Directive. If you already have these documents, and your situation has changed, we can assist you in updating them to ensure that they are current.