What is a will?

Wills are personal documents that direct where your property goes after you die. If you die without a will, there is legislation that makes these decisions for you. Dying without a will is called dying ‘intestate’. A person who makes a will is called a ‘testator’.

When should I make a will?

Creating a will is something you can do only while you are alive. If you die intestate, your friends, family and loved ones are faced with the task of putting your affairs in order. This is a lot of work, and your loved ones may not receive the inheritance they were hoping for.

How do I make a will?

Making a will is simple and easy. Talk to us, and tell us about where you would like your property to go after you die. We will prompt you with questions. We can make suggestions that can minimise tax, protect assets, and make special arrangements for children or family members with special needs.

Call us to discuss making a will on 02 9965 7233