Making a will is one of the most important things you should do. It sets out what you want to happen to your assets when you die and can save your family unnecessary burden.

We have experienced staff who can offer you professional advice when drafting your will that will minimise the risk to your will being challenged after your death and we can also provide you with an asset protection strategy.

Remember, your will should always be revised if you marry, enter into a de facto relationship or separate. A will made before marriage is automatically revoked on your wedding day, but if you separate your will remains valid until it is revoked by you.

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