Wills and Estate Planning
Whether or not you have previously made a valid Will, Powe & White Family Lawyers can help ensure that your intentions are correctly expressed and reflect your current circumstances.
A Will is also affected by a marriage or a divorce.
There is a lot to consider when it comes to planning your will. You will should be done properly to ensure what you have planned is not challenged.
It may also be necessary after a Divorce or separation to make changes to your nominated beneficiaries to any superannuation or life insurance policy that you hold.
At Powe & White Family Lawyers, we retain all Wills and Power of Attorney documents prepared by our lawyers, which helps to ensure peace of mind for you and your family.
Powers of Attorney
A Power of Attorney and an Enduring Power of Attorney are two legal documents which convey two distinct ‘powers’ upon individuals.
A Power of Attorney allows a person to allocate legal and financial decision-making to another person.
An Enduring Power of Attorney allows a person to allocate legal and financial decision-making to another person to continue in the event they are unable to make those decisions for themselves.
An Enduring Guardian is a person you appoint to make health, lifestyle and medical decisions when you do not have the capacity to make these decisions yourself.
At Powe & White Family Lawyers, our lawyers are able to advise you on the effect of a Power of Attorney, Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship and are able to prepare these documents on your behalf.
For more information about your Will, Power of Attorney, Enduring Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship please contact us and make an appointment to see a Powe & White lawyer.