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Wills & Powers of Attorney
From $340 + GST for singles and $640 + GST for couples.
No one likes to think about their own death, it’s true.
We all prefer to think that we’ll be forever-young, that our children will eventually love each other and we’ll never get sick.
While there’s nothing wrong with a bit of good, old-fashioned Aussie optimism, have you ever paused to consider how much you’re really prepared to bet that “she’ll be right”?
Especially when you’re no longer around or are unable to make your own decisions.
Having a will and enduring power of attorney not only gives you peace of mind, it also makes everything so much easier for your loved ones. Even if you’re not worried about the risk of dispute, loved ones need space and time to grieve and that can become impossible if the deceased’s last wishes were unknown or unclear or if legal issues arise.
Stop putting off writing your will!
Everyone over the age of 18 years should have a will and it is especially critical after you have children. Send yourself a free, instant quote and get it sorted today.
We offer two fixed-price options – a standard wills service and a premium wills service – which you can read more about below.
For those more complicated situations, we tailor our service and pricing with a custom quote.
Namadgi Legal wills clients* are automatically eligible to receive a 10% discount on any ACT or NSW residential conveyance (sale, or purchase) or family law transfer transaction completed within six months of signing a Namadgi Legal will or enduring power of attorney.
*Not available in conjunction with any other offer or discount.
What is a standard will?
In a standard will, the will-maker:
- Appoints one or more ‘primary’ executors being a spouse, adult child or trusted other (or any combination of the above).
- Appoints one or more ‘alternate’ executors being an adult child or trusted other (or any combination of the above).
- Where applicable, nominates a preference for one or more trusted persons to act as guardian of minor children.
- If in a relationship (married or defacto), gifts the whole of the estate to the spouse and then equally to children (if any) or otherwise equally to friends or relatives.
- If single, gifts the whole of the estate equally to children (if any) or otherwise equally to friends or relatives.
- If a named gift recipient (beneficiary) has died the gift will pass to that beneficiary’s children (if any).
- Where appropriate, expresses a preference for burial or cremation.
Please note that a standard will is not appropriate for blended family units (that is, where the will-maker or his/her spouse has children from a previous relationship).
The enduring power of attorney (where selected) will mirror the appointments in your will and the enduring power of attorney will not include any complex advance care directives.