It is important that you have a Will which is up to date and reflects your current assets and relationships. It will ensure that your assets will be distributed in accordance with your wishes after you pass away.
Equally as important is to ensure that you have someone you trust to take care of your financial affairs and to make personal decisions on your behalf in your lifetime if you become mentally or physical incapacitated.
Following discussions with you, to provide you with legal guidance, we are able to prepare (or update):-
- General and/or Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Revocation of General and/or Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Appointment of Enduring Guardian