Let’s face it, no one lives forever!
Having a Will is important. It raises issues that you might not want to think about. A Will makes your wishes known to the people who are closest to you.
What do you put in a Will?
Who you want to administer your estate;
What you want to happen to your property;
What you would like to happen to your body; and
Most importantly, you choose who you want to care for your children.
If you don’t make a will, everything you own will be shared using a standard formula set out by the law. This could be very different from what you want.
It also causes additional stress and costs for your loved ones who are already grieving your loss. It may be unclear who you want to care for your children.
It is also important to have a Power of Attorney to nominate the person you would like to have control of your financial affairs in the unfortunate event you are unable to, and an Enduring Guardian to make decisions about what medical treatment you receive if you are incapacitated.
We know you are busy Mums. Local eastern suburbs mum Nicole Evans, Principal Director of Nicole Evans Lawyers, has created a very cost-effective way for you to get your Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardian done at your own convenience.
You can start the process by go to NE LAWYERS website and to their ‘Online Services’ to get started.
The process only takes between 5 and 20 minutes depending on your instructions and the documents are drafted and finalised for a fixed fee.
After you finish the online interview, one of theirs lawyers contact you to ensure your documents accurately reflects your instructions and they will arrange a time for you to go in and sign them.