A carefully prepared Will, sets out your wishes and often avoids disputes following your death. If you die without a Will, then the Law decides who will be your beneficiaries and these may include beneficiaries that you would not wish to benefit from your estate.
We will work closely with you to understand your personal circumstances and wishes so that your testamentary intentions are properly documented and legally recognised.
In conjunction with a Will, we can advise on and prepare Enduring Powers of Attorney and Advance Care Directive (formally known as Enduring Powers of Guardianship) if you are unable to make financial and medical decisions on your own behalf.
Contact us to find out more about how we can help in this area.