Enduring Power of Attorney
From $160 (single), $300 (couples).
Losing the capacity to make decisions for yourself can be a frightening experience, both for yourself and your loved ones. Protect yourself now by appointing someone you trust to make decisions for you should the worst happen. An Enduring Power of Attorney is an essential part of any proper estate plan and gives you peace of mind that your wishes will be respected and your needs met.
An Enduring Power of Attorney lets you decide who will make decisions on you behalf in the event you no longer can. You can appoint attorneys to make decisions on personal matters, financial matters or both. Personal decisions include things like consenting to medical treatment and where you live. Financial decisions include how your money is invested. In either case, you are free to limit the power of your attorney(s) or direct them to make particular decisions in certain ways. You can appoint different attorneys for personal and financial matters and have more than one attorney if you wish.
How much does it cost?
Our standard enduring power of attorney starts from $160 for a single person or $300 for couples appointing each other (in both cases, including GST). While the document itself is relatively straightforward, the advice we need to give will vary from person to person. We’ll take a look at your situation and provide an obligation free, fixed fee quote based on your individual needs.
How long does it take?
This depends on your individual needs. If you contact us by phone and let us know your situation is urgent, we can work towards having you an enduring power of attorney within a few days. Generally though, a standard enduring power of attorney takes a few weeks to prepare and finalise, depending on your availability, responsiveness and the complexity of your circumstances.
What do I need to do?
You can start online (obligation free) or by getting in touch using one of the options below. Once we have enough information about you and the services you require we’ll prepare a quote and client agreement. We’ll then have a quick meeting (either in person of by video conference) and then get started preparing your draft Enduring Power of Attorney. Once you are happy with its contents, we’ll send you a final version to be signed.
What you get
First and foremost you’ll be getting a professional, caring and dedicated service from an experienced solicitor that puts your needs and circumstances first. We’ve built our practice around demands of modern, busy clients so you can expect certainty around fees, no surprises and a flexible array of contact options including online, video-conference and telephone not constrained by the standard opening hours of traditional law firms
A customised quote to suit you.
Fixed fees with no surprises.
Flexible contact options.
Caring and dedicated service.
No need to come to our office.
Get started today
For your convenience, we offer a variety of ways in which you can get started right now. Choose from the three options below, completely obligation free.
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Get started now completely obligation free by filling out our on-line questionnaire. We’ll then get in touch with the next steps.
Free phone consultation
Book a free 15 minute phone consultation at a time that suits you. We’ll discuss your situation and the way forward.
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