Wills & Estate Planning

Specialising in all aspects of wills and estate planning

Wills - Estate Planning

Do I need a Will?

We are often asked by our clients: “Do I need a Will?” Our answer: “Yes, absolutely!”

A Will is an important document setting out your wishes and desires after death and confirms who will look after your affairs. It can significantly reduce the stress on your family at an extremely stressful point in time.

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Areas we recommend you consider in planning your Will include:

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When to update Your Will

Enduring Power of Attorney

At Sambanis Family Law we can also assist by putting in place a valid Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA). An EPA is a legal document that outlines who will manage your financial and/or legal affairs should you lose capacity to make decisions for yourself. For example, if you were in a car accident, having a valid EPA would enable your Attorney (the person you appoint as responsible for managing your affairs, for example your adult child) to make decisions on your behalf, such as continuing to pay your bills and medical expenses, and making decisions about your medical care.

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Every person over the age of 18 should have a Will. When you engage us to prepare your Will, we include (at no charge) the secure storage of your original Will and important documents. Need a Will? Contact us. We’d be happy to help.

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