Wills & Testamentary Trusts
Every adult should have an up to date will. Without a will your assets will be distributed without taking into account your wishes or the needs of your loved ones. Additionally, your loved ones might benefit from including a testamentary trust in your will.
From $380 (singles), $550 (couples)
Having a will puts you in control of what happens to your assets when you die and ensures your loved ones are protected from unnecessary costs and unwelcome administrative burdens. Click the button to get started (completely obligation-free) or choose from one of the options below to get in touch.
- Appoint executors to administer your estate
- Specify funeral and burial/cremation wishes
- Appoint a guardian for your children
- Distribute your assets in accordance with your wishes
Testamentary Trust Wills
Depending on your circumstances, a testamentary trust may offer a number of added benefits for your loved ones after you pass away. Click the button to get started (completely obligation-free) or choose from one of the options below to get in touch.
- All the features of a standard will
- Added support for vulnerable beneficiaries
- Protect your wealth from bankruptcy and family breakup
- Save on your tax bill with favourable tax laws.
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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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