The team at WA Property Lawyers has many years experience in taking instructions for Wills and Powers of Attorney. Your Will is a very important document as it may be the only time in your life that you may give away your assets to someone else. It is therefore imperative that the intended beneficiaries actually receive the gift contained in the Will. Wills need to be properly drafted, properly signed and properly witnessed – otherwise, your wishes may not be carried out.
We help you to identify your legal and moral obligations when providing for your loved ones in your Will.
Appointing an attorney to act on your behalf in relation to your financial affairs should be part of your estate planning. We can advise you about making your Enduring Power of Attorney.