Ask.Will takes a brief snapshot of your personal information and uses the latest legislation and tax laws to provide you with a simple and clear overview of your current situation, and things you need to consider for the future, when it comes to your will, and estate planning.
Enduring Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship
A power of attorney is a document which appoints a person to act on an individual‘s behalf in relation to the appointor’s property and financial affairs. When you appoint an Enduring Guardian you are designating someone to look after your residential and health-care issues if you are not able to.
Enduring Power of Attorney for Estate Planning
A Power of Attorney is a document by which a person (called ‘the appointor’) appoints another person (‘the attorney’) to act on the appointor’s behalf in relation to the appointor’s property and financial affairs. Price range: $220 single to $330 couple
$220 - $330
Probate - Grant & Administration (NSW only)
When an individual dies leaving a Will, depending on the type, size and value of the estate, the person named as executor will likely need to apply to the Supreme Court for a grant of probate.
Will Review Services
It's not difficult, or necessarily expensive, to change a Will as it can be amended, modified, updated or even completely revoked, at any time. For changes that do not require major strategic amendments a Will can often be varied by a comparatively short supplementary document called a “codicil”.
$550.00 - $715.00
Will Update Service
The Will update service is for clients wanting to update their estate planning documents to cover changes to minor aspects of their will, such as addresses, assets and bequests. Changes like these often do not involve any additional estate planning advice or changes to the existing estate planning strategies.
$550.00 - $825.00
The Estate Planning Willmaker Brief is where you set out your circumstances in detail so we can review those circumstances and provide you with a quote to help you with your estate planning. We’ve designed the Estate Planning Willmaker Brief with simplicity in mind, as we understand the process can seem complex. But it is true to say that the more we know about your finances and assets the better we can advise and assist you, so more detail is better than not enough. We're here to support you, and you can contact us for a confidential conversation at any time.