Wills and Estate Planning in a Time of Uncertainty
As the COVID-19 crisis plays out before us with each day bringing new reasons for anxiety and uncertainty, we understand that there is concern in the community surrounding the implications of the outbreak. People are worried and we are trying to help.
The imponderable concern people have now is ‘how long will it take for the virus to be brought under control’. The immediate concern people have is for the health and safety of their family and themselves.
Part of the answer to achieving a good situation for yourself and your family is to make sure that you have estate planning in place. As is always recommended, estate planning includes financial, personal and health matters, including Power of Attorney and Guardianship
We are here to support you.
We have implemented our plan to minimise the risk of the virus spreading among our team members and from our team members to our clients.
If you would like to speak with one of our specialist Estate Planning lawyers please contact us by email on firstname.lastname@example.org or by telephoning 9635 7966
We understand this is a difficult time for everyone however we also know that taking steps to ensure your arrangements are in place will provide peace of mind.