Estate planning is much more than just having a Will, it can include powers of attorney, advance health directives, trusts and much more.


A well-planned Estate Plan includes the management and control of your personal, family and business affairs while you are alive and after you pass away. It includes the assessment and protection of assets and takes into account future events such as family disputes, health emergencies and divorce and separation.


Why should you make a Will?

If you pass away without a will your estate is administered in accordance with what are called the ‘rules of intestacy.’ Those rules might mean that your estate is distributed in a way that is not to your liking at all.

To ensure that this does not happen to you and your loved ones you should have a CURRENT Will.


When should you update your Will?

Estate planning is an active process of re-evaluating the estate when circumstances in life change, such as:-

          Newly married couples or those divorcing;

          A change to the family’s asset pool;

          A change in working conditions such as the buying or selling of a business;

          Changes to superannuation, insurance policies or taxation levels; or

          The establishment of discretionary trusts


At Lynch Law we take the time to talk to you about what it is YOU want to achieve with a will. Our experienced team are here to provide you with the advice to get the best will possible that will do right by your loved ones. 

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