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Having a simple, straight-forward Will is highly desirable, but often your family circumstances, asset structure, superannuation and related entities like companies or trusts, may call for significant consideration when preparing your Will, and in estate planning generally. It’s better to be safe than sorry. At Pace Lawyers we understand that sometimes life can throw you a curve ball and we want to help you prepare for as many of those circumstances as we can. It’s never too soon (or too late) to start planning for the future.
Wills & Estates
Do you have multiple trusts, maybe a complex corporate structure or a blended family to consider? Or perhaps you have a ‘simple’ arrangement where you will be leaving everything you own to your partner? Either way, Pace can work through the complexities of your Will with you to make sure you’ve covered all the bases, so that your loved ones will be protected and provided for according to your wishes.
There are many ways in which a professionally drafted Will can enhance the financial benefits to a beneficiary, and at Pace we will help you consider issues such as capital gains implications, specific bequests, particular needs of a bankrupt, mentally incapacitated or spendthrift beneficiary, distribution of superannuation, transfer of business interests and asset management. You may need to consider control and ownership of trust structures and business interests, as well as the need for life estates or a power of attorney. Let the experienced team at Pace Lawyers assist you with the utmost discretion and without any drama. Law, done better.