Why do I need a Will, Power of Attorney (POA) and Enduring Guardian (EG)?
A Will deals with all your assets and the guardian of your children when you pass away and the POA and EG appoint someone to deal with your finances and health decisions whilst you are alive, but incapacitated. For example, if you became incapacitated and your partner needed to sell a property, they would not be able to sign off on your behalf unless they were your Power of Attorney.
Do I need a Will, Power of Attorney (POA) and Enduring Guardian (EG) if I don’t have any assets?
Many times people do not realise that they have assets. For example, if you have a Superannuation account and there is a Life Insurance policy held inside, that is an asset!
How do I dispute a Will?
You will need to make a Family Provision Claim. You can make a family provision claim if you:
are an 'eligible person', and
have been left out of a will, or
did not receive what you thought you were entitled to receive.
Do I need to live in Mudgee to hire Sally?
You do NOT need to live in Mudgee to engage Sally’s legal services. All appointments and delivery of documents and signatures can be done over Zoom, electronically or through mail.
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