A Will is an important, detailed legal document, and as such, should be prepared by a lawyer. Your lawyer will ensure that your will is properly drawn up and correctly executed, and can also advise you on:
Appointment of an executor, their powers and remuneration;
- Appointment of your children’s guardians;
- Your obligation to provide for your family to limit challenges to your will;
- The necessity or adequacy of your life insurance; and
- Minimising tax liabilities.
If you have questions about your Will or estate plan, contact the Wills, Estates, Planning + Structuring team at Clifford Gouldson Lawyers.