If you've got any assets at all, and you want to choose who receives them when you die, you need a Will. Without a Will, your assets will pass under the Intestacy Rules.
If you want to leave assets to your partner, but are not married or in a civil partnership, you must have a Will. They will not be entitled to anything under the Intestacy Rules.
If you already have a Will, contact us for a free Will review. Any change to your marital status, or the arrival of children, will have an impact on whether your Will makes provision for your chosen beneficiaries as you would wish.
We'll draw up a Will for you, or dual Wills for you and your partner. If you already have a Will, bring it in for a free review to ensure it still meets your requirements.
Instruct us simply to complete and lodge your Probate paperwork, or to manage the whole process of administration of the estate.
We will draft, certify and register your Lasting Power of Attorney documentation; whether for Property & Financial Affairs or Health & Welfare or both.