Wills and Estate Planning in Perth by Homevisitwills are convenient and affordable with no hidden fees. Homevisitwills has a range of Wills packages with fixed fees. At an initial consultation at your home or workplace, one of our Representatives will collect your information and you simply choose the Wills package that best suits your needs.
We provide Wills and Estate Planning services in Perth metro areas. You can meet with one of our team from 8:00am to 8.00pm Monday to Friday in the comfort of your home or workplace.
Call us on 1300 870 900 or email us at email@example.com with any questions you might have about making a Will. We can provide you with general information over the phone or our lawyer can provide you specific advice once you’ve given instructions for your Will.
Our Wills and Estate Planning services in Perth help you to take care of your loved ones. If you don’t have a valid Will, your estate is distributed according to legislation – and it might not be what you really want. Keep your loved ones protected; start making a Will today!
Wills are prepared by lawyers at Homevisitwills (WA) Pty Ltd who specialise in Wills and Estate Planning
Enduring Powers of Attorney
Wills and Estate Planning in Perth by Homevisitwills might need to consider an Enduring Power of Attorney, or EPoA. An EPoA provides protection and peace of mind, and ensures that decisions can be made that deal with property, bank accounts and other finances, irrespective of whether you are suffering a temporary or permanent disability or merely away on holidays.
The nominated attorney(s) will be able to step in and make financial decisions, or give effect to decisions that have already been made by you in advance, as well as manage the day to day finances.
This is only a relatively simple overview of what an Enduring Power of Attorney can do. For more information see our Fact Sheets or the Guardianship and Administration Act 1990 (Section 104)
When considering Wills and Estate Planning in Perth, you should also consider what you would like to happen if there comes a time in life when you need someone to make personal medical or lifestyle decisions for you.
An Enduring Power of Guardianship, or EpoG, provides protection and peace of mind, and ensures that decisions can be made that deal with your care, personal, lifestyle and treatment decisions.
The nominated enduring guardian, or guardians, who are usually close members of your family or people you know well, will be able to step in and make decisions about your care if you are no longer able to make these decisions because of illness or injury.
An Enduring Power of Guardianship is often effected alongside an Enduring Power of Attorney so that both your personal and financial wishes are met in the future.