At Millards Lawyers, we understand the importance of an effective estate plan.
Such a plan must include a Will which will reflect the unique issues of your family, manage the special needs of your beneficiaries, appoint guardians for the care of your minor children, minimise the risks of family provision claims, maximise tax benefits, and ensure your non-estate assets are managed appropriately.
A Power of Attorney will allow you to appoint a trusted person to manage your financial affairs if the situation calls for it. Your attorney can assist you with day-to-day things like operating bank accounts and paying bills and even buying and selling property for you.
An Enduring Guardian is a person you appoint to make decisions for you about your health and lifestyle matters in circumstances where you are incapable of making these decisions yourself. These matters may relate to the medical or dental treatment you receive, where you live, or what healthcare services you receive.
By making a Will now, you can ensure that your family and friends are looked after, and your assets will pass to those people or institutions you would like to benefit on your death.
By appointing an attorney and a guardian now, you can rest assured someone you know and trust is equipped to make important decisions on your behalf if required.
If you need assistance with your estate plan or have an enquiry, please do not hesitate to contact us on (02) 9918 0222 or email email@example.com