Wills and Trusts
Who needs a Will?
If you are over 18 years old and have any property you need a Will. If you are married you need a Will.
How long will my will last?
Your Will lasts forever unless it you revoke it by a new will or you get married.
What happens to my will if I get married?
If you get married your will is automatically revoked and you will need to make a new will. There are ways to prevent this automatic revocation so contact our office to discuss your needs.
What happens to my will if I get divorced?
If you get divorced your will remains valid however all references to your former spouse will be assumed to have been erased. For most people, this will mean their will is ineffective and it has the same effect as if there was no will at all.
We help you put together the necessary legal structures to ensure that your wealth will be managed and distributed in accordance with your Will, while providing your executors the flexibility to maximise the wealth for your beneficiaries.
We help people who have a child with learning difficulties or disabilities by ensuring that you have the legal ability to assist your child and provide for their ongoing care by putting together the necessary legal structures to ensure that your child is looked after now and once you are gone.