Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney

Brisbane Estate Lawyers

We spend our entire lives accumulating assets and caring for our loved ones, yet two of the most important documents, which direct what is to happen to those assets, are often overlooked or purposely ignored.

Every adult should have a Will and Enduring Power of Attorney.

At Porta Lawyers we have a simple procedure to start the process. Contact our office today and we will forward to you, obligation free, our Instruction Forms for Wills and Enduring Powers of Attorney.

We cannot stress strongly enough the importance of these documents. Further, these documents must be completed while you are of sound mind. When you actually need them, it may be too late. “Act today, don’t delay!”


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Every person over the age of 18 years and of sound mind, should have a Will to ensure that their assets are distributed in accordance with their wishes upon death.  It provides you with an opportunity to ensure that your family and loved ones will be looked after in the way you intend, or that specific individuals do not benefit from your estate.

You need to appoint an Executor(s), who is the person who administers your estate. You may also appoint a guardian(s) to make decisions about the long-term care and welfare of minor children.

It Is important that you regularly update your Will to adapt to your changing circumstances, for example, the birth of children or grandchildren, financial changes, marriage, divorce, death or family tension.

Telephone our office on Tel: (07) 3265 3888 and request that our Instruction Form for Wills be posted to you.

Enduring Power of Attorney

An Enduring Power of Attorney is a formal document that legally appoints another person(s) to make financial and/or personal/health decisions on your behalf.  You must be of sound mind to make this document.
Your attorney(s) can be appointed to manage your finances, such as paying your bills, taxes or using your income to pay for your needs.
You can also provide directions regarding your personal care and health in the event that you lose capacity.
Please contact us today on Tel: (07) 3265 3888 should you wish to begin the quick and easy process of having an Enduring Power of Attorney prepared for you.  We will send you, obligation free, our Instruction Sheet for Enduring Power of Attorney.

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