Wills and Estates

Wills and Estates

A well drafted Will provides clear instruction for the distribution of your assets upon your death. Having a Will helps your family and beneficiaries to avoid the stress, uncertainty and expense which can arise when a deceased person does not have a Will. 
You should also review and change your Will if:
  • You get married
  • You get divorced or cease to live with your partner
  • You enter into a de facto relationship
  • You have children
  • A person named in your Will as an executor or beneficiary dies
If you do not have a Will there is no certainty that your assets will be distributed to the persons who you wish to benefit from your estate. For this reason we suggest you make a Will to ensure your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Fixed Price Wills

We offer quick Wills for a fixed price. We also prepare more complex Wills and complete estate planning with your accountant/financial advisor.

What is a 'standard' Will?
Standard Wills are classified as wills that provide for leaving assets to parents, siblings or a spouse for instance. There are no specific bequests; no partnership or company assets to deal with, SMSF distributions or life interests and no testamentary trusts. It is a basic, ‘standard’ Will.

Quick service
Typically from the time of taking your instructions to a signature, it is a 48-hour turnaround, depending upon when you are available for checking the draft and attending for signature. Urgent situations can be provided for upon request.
Fixed Price (includes GST)
SINGLES
  • Single person standard Will - $185
  • Single person Will incorporating a testamentary trust - $350
COUPLES
  • Couples standard Will - $350
  • Couples Wills incorporating testamentary trust - $700
ENDURING POWER OF ATTORNEY
  • Enduring Power of Attorney single - $185
  • Enduring Power of Attorney Couples - $350
PACKAGES
  • Single person standard Will & Enduring Power of Attorney - $350
  • Single person Wills incorporating testamentary trust & Enduring Power of Attorney - $525
  • Couples standard Will & Enduring Power of Attorney - $700.00
  • Couples Wills incorporating testamentary trust & Enduring Power of Attorney - $1,000.00
What is not included:
  • Dealing with international property
  • Dealing with family trusts and partnerships
  • Travel
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