Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney
Making a Will is being responsible. It means that your wishes are set our clearly as to how your assets will be distributed after you die.
There are different Wills for different circumstances.
Basic Wills (Simple Wills) are common. A basic Will is a type of Will that sets out straightforward testamentary wishes and commonly drafted for individuals with limited or simple assets.
A basic Will is a fast and cost effective way of setting out your wishes. However, a simple Will may not be an appropriate way to set out your wishes after you pass away.
Complex Wills are typically required if:
- you have a large estate;
- you own a business;
- have a trust structure or require a testamentary trust style Will;
- there are complicated family circumstances;
- estate taxes may apply; and
- you wish to establish a Special Disability Trust.
We can advise you as to the different options available.
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