In WA there are three document you can utilise whilst alive to protect yourself and your interests. These are- Enduring power of attorney- for financial matters Enduring power of guardianship- for health and lifestyle matters Advanced health directive- for specific medical scenarios Like your Will, the above documents can only be made when you have […]
Category: Wills and Estates
Marriage and separation impacts your Will. It is important to review your Will regularly and seek legal advice when you have a change of circumstances. MARRIAGE AND WILLS Many people are unaware that their Will becomes invalid if they marry. If you fail to update your Will, a large part of your estate may be awarded to […]
Common Questions Regarding Wills. Do I Need A Will? What Can I Do In My Will? Who Can Contest My Will? Testamentary Capacity? Should I Make My Own Will.
Should you die with a valid Will, and your estate be of a certain value, your Executor will need to apply for a grant of probate. As noted earlier, this is quite a technical matter and I would always recommend that your Executor use a lawyer to save them a lot of time and headaches. […]