ESTATE PLANNING (Including wills, power of attorney and enduring guardian)
Do you have a plan in place for after you pass away? What about if you can’t make your own decisions relating to money, property or health? Everyone should have estate planning documents including an Appointment of Enduring Guardian, a Power of Attorney and a Will. Make an appointment with our Principal, Kerril Hoswell to discuss your needs and tick this off your to do list today.
A will is a plan for what happens to your assets and possessions after you die. You can also nominate a guardian for any minor children. Talk with Kerril today and gain peace of mind that after you die there is a plan in place.
Power of Attorney
A Power of Attorney is a legal document that allows you to nominate a person or persons to act on your behalf in relation to legal and financial matters such as the sale of a property, operation of bank accounts and other financial aspects when you are unable to manage these on your own.
Appointment of Enduring Guardian
An Enduring Guardian appointment allows you to nominate one or more persons to make medical and lifestyle decisions such as where you live, what services are provided to you at home and what medical treatment you receive when you lose capacity to make these decisions for yourself.