Wills & Estate Planning

Legal Advice by an Experienced Solicitor
Tailored to Your Needs

It is not in our nature to want to think about what will happen when we are gone, but unfortunately this is not something you can afford to avoid. Planning for who will take care of you when you can no longer take care of yourself, and preparing a will to give your loved ones the direction they need  to make sure your wishes are carried out, are important not only for you but also for your loved ones. Effective estate planning now could avoid potentially costly disputes or estate administration issues for your beneficiaries later.

At WNB Legal Pty Ltd we can provide comprehensive advice in relation to all of your estate planning needs. We will take the time to sit down with you and discuss your family situation as well as any assets you have before preparing a will tailored specifically to address your needs. Whether you have a little or a lot, whether you are in a relationship, married, in a blended family situation or single. Whatever your situation is, we can prepare a will to suit your specific circumstances.

Many people do not realise that a will only has effect after someone passes away. There are also legal documents that can be prepared on your behalf appointing someone who can deal with your financial assets and make medical decisions on your behalf if unfortunate circumstances were to occur that meant you were no longer capable  of making those decisions yourself. These documents, Appointment of an Enduring Guardian and Enduring Powers of Attorney, are often prepared by solicitors in conjunction with wills as part of a comprehensive estate plan.

Whether you just need a simple will or a comprehensive estate package, we offer fixed fee pricing for legal document preparation and packages for singles or couples. We are also able to store your documents securely for you until you or your family need them at no additional cost.

Wills & Estate Planning
“ In this world nothing can be said to be certain, except death and taxes ”
– Benjamin Franklin, 1789
Complex Wills for Singles or Couples
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  • A more comprehensive will could be required if there is a complicated family situation, extensive assets are involved, or proposed beneficiaries’ business or economic circumstances require additional asset protection to be utilised. The will could be used to create a family trust to hold and distribute assets through a trust.

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