A will lets you say how you want your property and assets dealt with when you die. It contains instructions about what you want done and how you want your dependents to be looked after. It is the most important aspect of estate planning, and should be kept up to date as your circumstances change.
A will could be the most important document you ever sign as it can relieve financial and emotional strain on your family after your death and help minimise the likelihood of a dispute about your estate.
The staff at Breaden McCardle Lawyers have many years experience in estate planning and drafting wills and trusts.
- Suggest how you can best and most fairly provide for your family and dependents.
- Express your wishes so they have the effect you intend.
- Advise on alternatives you should consider.
- Advise on the appointment of suitable executors.
- Help you protect your assets for future generations.
- Ensure that your family trust is provided for in your will.
- Draw up Powers of Attorney at the same time as preparing your new or revised will.
- Advise you on all aspects of estate planning and wealth management.