Wills & Estates - Elder Law

You owe it to yourself and to your loved ones to ensure that you have made proper estate planning arrangements. This includes not only ensuring that you have a Last Will & 
Testament that accurately sets forth your wishes, but that you also have an Enduring Power of Attorney and Personal Directive. A Will only takes effect on a person's passing -
they have no effect or validity in the event that a person loses their mental capacity due to illness or accident.
        

Having an Enduring Power of Attorney will allow someone to manage your financial affairs should you ever be unable to do so yourself. A Personal Directive will allow someone to manage your personal affairs and health care in the event that you are unable to do so yourself.  Included in these documents can be specific instructions on how to handle your property and/or your health care – instructions that may make it easier for your loved ones by freeing them of the burden of some of life’s more difficult decisions.

At High Level Law LLP we can assist you in planning all aspects of your estate. 

We are here to help!