Wills & Enduring Power of Attorney

When was the last time you updated your will or enduring power of attorney (EPOA)?  Do you have one?

Updating your will or EPOA is critical whenever your circumstances in life change – whether you are getting married, divorced, having children or your financial or living arrangements have changed.

A failure to do so, or in the event you do not already have one, it may mean, amongst other things, that your loved ones do not ultimately receive what you had intended them to, or in the case of an EPOA, that there is no one appointed to make certain decisions in the event you lose the ability to do so either temporarily or permanently.

Even though this might be the last thing on your mind during these times, it’s important you action this sooner rather than later.

If you’d like more information on writing or updating your Will or Enduring Power of Attorney, please call Vanessa on (07) 3211 2233 or email familylaw@btlawyers.com.au

Book your consultation with Vanessa today

Make Appointment