Estate Planning

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Congratulations! If you’re here, you’re responsible and about to be a whole lot more informed. The number of people without even the most basic personal estate planning strategy in place is staggering. Of all the things in the world that we know will happen, death tops the list, and planning around it is so easily within our control

What’s the downside Of Doing Nothing?

If you don’t establish even the most basic of wills, it’s more than likely going to result in a mess for others to clean up, or fight over:

  • Your children and their future
  • Loved ones not receiving what they may be entitled to
  • Loved ones fighting over what they think they’re entitled to
  • Missed opportunities to save on tax
  • Missed opportunities to protect assets for those who need it
  • Cost – a lot more than a will

We all need a will. Don’t put it off and make a start now. It is very easy, and potentially the best investment you’ll make in your life.


Is it really that bad if I die without a will?

If you die intestate – without a will – your assets will be distributed in accordance with the Succession Act by the State Government appointed Public Trustee, which can be a costly process and may not be how you want your assets distributed. Those assets might even end up with the State……

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