Wills & Estates PDF Print

The loss of a loved one is a trying and emotional time that everyone faces at some time in their lives. Far too often, disputes arise between family members and other interested parties, and thousands of dollars are unnecessarily paid for legal fees along with other costs. Such costs and disputes only add to the stress and anxiety loved ones are already experiencing. Every adult should prepare a Will, Power of Attorney and Personal Directive in the event of either a forseen or unexpected event such as an incapacity. Once prepared, it should be reviewed periodically to ensure that it covers the goals and needs of your family.

  • Estate Planning
  • Personal Directive
  • Wills
  • Power of Attorneys
  • Dependant Adult Applications
  • Probate

 

Who will decide?

How decisions are made by you in advanced How decisions are made for you by the court
Personal Personal Directive Guardianship Application
Financial Enduring Powers of Attorney Trusteeship Application
Decision After Death Will Intestate Succession Act
Level of Potential Conflict Lower as you direct your own affairs Higher as others must make applications to be appointed by the court.

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