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“We would like to thank you and the team at McLaughlins for all your assistance, patience and professionalism in the dealing of matters regarding our fathers estate.”
Give yourself the peace of mind of knowing your family and other beneficiaries are taken care of when you can’t be there to do it yourself.
When do I need to create or update a Will?
- If you are 18 years of age or older you need a Will
- If you have been married, divorced or in a de-facto relationship you need a new Will
It’s Easier than you think
People often put off getting a Will because they think that they won’t need it yet or they believe the process is complicated.
Prevent confusion and loss of valuable assets to tax.
Save your family unnecessary heart-ache and confusion in the event of something happening.
Prevent the tax man taking an unnecessary portion of your estate because you haven’t organised your affairs well enough.
Dealing with the loss of a loved one is hard enough, but lack of clarity and confusion around an estate adds another layer of challenge at a time when its least needed. A Will goes a long way to prevent this. Everyone needs a Will.