Estate Planning – Is It Worth the Cost?

Home / Family Law / Estate Planning – Is It Worth the Cost?

Estate Planning – Is It Worth the Cost?

It is common place for people to view making a Will as an unnecessary expense or something
that can be put off until later.

Ordinarily a Will can be drafted and executed in just two consultations and the reasonableness
of the cost will likely surprise you.

Not having a valid Will, Power of Attorney or Appointment of Enduring Guardian could end up
costing you or your loved ones, tens of thousands of dollars.

If you have been contemplating making a new Will, Power of Attorney or Appointment of
Enduring Guardian or wish to revisit your existing documents please make an appointment to
meet with Michael or Ben on  02 6542 5566 and they will gladly explain your options.

Related Posts