wills and estate planning

Many people do not like to think of Wills simply because they do not like to think of death. However, a Will is an important document to ensure that your loved ones are properly taken care of and not having to worry about complex issues regarding financial matters at a time of grief.

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wills and estate planning

Many people do not like to think of Wills simply because they do not like to think of death. However, a Will is an important document to ensure that your loved ones are properly taken care of and not having to worry about complex issues regarding financial matters at a time of grief.

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                  • It doesn’t matter what stage of life you are in, it is vital that you have an up-to-date Will. Circumstances that may require an update to your Will include marriage or divorce, the birth of children or grandchildren, the death of a beneficiary or executor, or a significant change to your financial circumstances.

                    We at AH2 Legal understand that life can be a bit like a roller-coaster ride, constantly going up and down. As time passes – circumstances change and the advice you receive will change to suit those circumstances. We don’t prepare your Will and just expect you to throw it aside in a dark cupboard gathering dust. We are here for you at every step of the way – at every stage of your life – to provide clear and concise advice on your estate planning matters even when your circumstances change.

If you fail to plan…you plan to fail

                • Our Wills and Estate Planning team understand the importance of protecting your assets and ensuring that your loved ones are taken care of in the case of unpredictable events such as terminal illness or death. Often times, this involves careful planning of your estate which have been built over your entire lifetime.

                  Following the passing of a loved one, a person is generally appointed in the deceased’s Will as an executor, and this person is responsible for distributing the deceased’s estate. If the deceased did not make a Will, someone will then be required to act as an Administrator. For someone coming to terms with the loss of a loved one, this can be an overwhelming burden. Therefore, it is imperative that you plan ahead and have control over what happens to your estate in unforeseen events.

At AH2 Legal, our lawyers can assist you in the following areas of Wills and Estate Planning:

    • Preparation of Wills;
    • Enduring Power of Attorney (EPA);
    • Probate Applications and Letters of Administration;
    • Challenging validity of Wills (Contesting Wills); and
    •  Application for Family Provision Claims. 

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