Retirement’s great. Well at least it looks pretty good from the outside. I hope to do it myself one day. You’ve probably spent most of your life shouldering work and family responsibilities. You start counting down the days until you can kick back and focus on you and just enjoying yourself.
Divorce is hard enough, but it’s what can happen much further down the track that can be worse.
It’s everyone’s worst nightmare. The thought of your family fighting over your assets…but what can you do to avoid it?
A General Power of Attorney and Enduring Power of Attorney are very important documents that can provide peace of mind.
Some studies have shown that that nearly one in two Australians don’t have a valid Will. An out-of-date or non-existent Will can result in unnecessary financial hardship and emotional stress for surviving spouses, family and friends.
Nominating a beneficiary with your super fund provider may not be enough to secure your wishes when it comes to distributing your superannuation benefit and any associated life insurance.
One of the biggest misconceptions when it comes to Wills is that “I don’t need one”. This is simple untrue for the vast majority of people.
Are you one of the many people who have put off making a Will? While no one likes to think about what happens after they’re gone, not planning for it can create unnecessary heartbreak and conflict. Perhaps though, the idea of making a Will or an Estate Plan seems overwhelming or too hard. The good news
Losing a loved one and the administration of their estate is one of the most difficult times in anyone’s life. The Estate Administration process can seem overwhelming and confusing with many people not knowing where to start.
When we talk about keeping up with the times we’re not talking about fashion, music or technology. We’re talking about safeguarding your future wishes, as your wishes stand right now.