A few questions…
Who do you want to inherit your house, jewelry, personal belongings and other assets? Will it be your spouse, parents, children, grandchildren, relatives or friend?
Who would you appoint to be in charge of distributing your estate if you’re not around?
How will you provide for your loved ones in the event you pass away?
If you have children, who will care for them if their parents are not around?
How do you wish for your funeral and burial to be arranged?
Do you have any other final wishes?
These are all important questions which can be answered by making a Will.
A Will is a legally binding document that sets out your wishes on how your property will be distributed and who it will be given to. You can appoint someone to oversee the process of administering in your Will – this person will be known as the Executor. You can also appoint guardians and make instructions about the care of your children in your Will.
Making a Will is the only way to be certain that your wishes are carried out according to what you want. You can be certain that your loved ones will be provided for if anything happens to you. Not leaving a Will unfortunately means that your estate may not be distributed according to your intentions – the laws of the State will come into play.
How much does it cost to make a Will?
Making a Will is a relatively low cost when compared to the importance and legal significance of this document. It doesn’t have to be expensive either – in the month of March our office is preparing simple Wills for only $50. This offer is also suitable for those looking to update their Will.
To take advantage of this offer, please fill out the below form before 31 March 2016. Hurry, for a limited time only!