A will contains instructions about how you want your property to be dealt with after death. We can ensure that your will is valid, and expresses your wishes so they have the legal effect you intend.
Making a will is the best way to leave instructions on how you want your property and assets to be dealt with after death.
A will can also contain directives regarding guardianship of your children. We will guide you through the process and provide you with advice on how to best provide for your family and dependants. We can help you choose suitable executors and discuss who may challenge your will and why.
We can also help you with Powers of Attorney. These documents state who will be in charge of your affairs should you become incapacitated, or are unable to perform duties for yourself.
Wills are important and the law says they must be done in a prescribed manner. There are a number of aspects that you need to consider and some complex legal technicalities. You should get legal advice to ensure your will complies with the law.