In the event of your death you must have a Will so that your assets are given to whom you wish. If you do not have a Will, your assets will be given to your closest living relatives. If you do not have any living relatives, then the State will inherit your assets. It is only a Will that allows you to control how your assets are to be dealt with upon your death.
When writing your Will you should consider, among other things, the following:
The above are only a few of the questions that should be considered by you. You should get legal advice in preparation of your Will so that all questions are considered. A Will Kit bought at a Post Office and prepared without legal advice is unlikely to accurately reflect your wishes.
At George Papamihail Barristers and Solicitors, we can provide you with a Simple Will for $220.00 (inclusive of GST). A Simple Will includes:
A Simple Will does not include:
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