Wills & Estates

Wills & Estates

A will deals with the disposition of assets to those you care about upon your demise. Your will provides you with  the opportunity of determining who ultimately receives what you have when you die, especially in the event of both spouses passing in short succession of one another. Without a will, your assets may not be distributed the way you intended.

We have acted and continue to act for executors and administrators in the administration of estates and invite you, should the need arise, to consult with us concerning the administration of a loved one’s estate.

In addition to a will, we strongly advise that you have an Enduring Power of Attorney and a Personal Directive. These documents cover the situation in which you lose your mental or physical capacity to manage your affairs. The preparation of Enduring Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives will resolve any issues that arise from your incapacity in advance. If the documents are prepared while you maintain your mental ability, no court application will be required for the appointment of attorneys and the accounting costs will be minimized at the time your are incapacitated.

Wills & Estates

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A will deals with the disposition of assets to those you care about upon your demise. Your will provides you with  the opportunity of determining who ultimately receives what you have when you die, especially in the event of both spouses passing in short succession of one another. Without a will, your assets may not be distributed the way you intended.

We have acted and continue to act for executors and administrators in the administration of estates and invite you, should the need arise, to consult with us concerning the administration of a loved one’s estate.

In addition to a will, we strongly advise that you have an Enduring Power of Attorney and a Personal Directive. These documents cover the situation in which you lose your mental or physical capacity to manage your affairs. The preparation of Enduring Powers of Attorney and Personal Directives will resolve any issues that arise from your incapacity in advance. If the documents are prepared while you maintain your mental ability, no court application will be required for the appointment of attorneys and the accounting costs will be minimized at the time your are incapacitated.