Planning For When You Are Not There
Wills and estates law covers what will happen to your assets in the event of your death, and other arrangements such as the care of your or special needs children. It also includes asset protection and generational change planning.
The financial, emotional and practical issues can be complex and hard to talk about but we have to deal with them at some time in our lives.
AMS can draw on extensive experience in this area and bring expertise, sensitivity and clarity to your circumstances.
We can help you construct an effective will, estate plan, or multi-generational plan and offer advice on the legal and practical implications of your wishes. We will ensure that your will is tailored to meet your current needs and any anticipated changes.
We can act for your estate, to ensure your instructions are carried out professionally and compassionately.
Planning For While You Are Still Here
Powers of attorney are legal documents authorising a person (your attorney) to act on your behalf to do specified things for you whilst you are still alive.
Under Victorian law there are four types of powers of attorney. They cover the following areas: general, financial, guardianship and medical. Powers of attorney go hand in hand with wills, ensuring the person you want is appointed to look after your affairs, both whilst you are alive and after your death. Contact us to tailor your powers of attorney needs.
• Wills and Estate Plans
• Powers of Attorney
• Multi generational estate planning