Wills Lawyers Adelaide
Di Rosa Lawyers has a team of highly experienced and approachable wills lawyers Adelaide. Our team will help you finalise your will with every single detail and asset accounted for. It’s not necessarily something we think to act on. However, we encourage everybody to consider the benefits of planning your will earlier on in life. Unfortunately, some events cannot be predicted, and it’s difficult to deal with formal documents when you’re in poor health. We make your experience as comfortable and straight forward as possible by focusing on clarity, empathy and all-round good communication. Without a will, an appointed executor and chosen beneficiaries, the state is in complete control of your will. This could mean that your loved ones don’t receive their entitled estate. Manage the problem early and sit down with one of Di Rosa’s experienced wills lawyers Adelaide; you can book an appointment by calling 0882370559.
How Can the Di Rosa Team Help you with Wills & Estate Planning?
Our wills lawyers Adelaide can assist you throughout the entire process, which will not only simplify the process for you, but will help your loved ones manage all the information in the event of your passing. Typically, there is one assigned executor (a person who you trust to manage your assets according to your will) and chosen beneficiaries (people who will receive your estate). Who you choose is entirely up to you, we just offer our knowledge and professional advice to lend a hand when it comes down to the technical aspects. We’re also available to review and change your will for you as well as hold your will after completion for added security. Unfortunately, nearly 50% of Australian’s are yet to start writing their will, but the consequences speak for themselves. Choose our wills lawyers Adelaide at Di Rosa to coach you through yours for peace of mind.
What process you need to take
So, you’ve decided to approach one of our friendly wills lawyers Adelaide to help you formulate a will… what’s next? Here are some tips on how to structure your will if you’re writing it yourself:
- Clearly title the will as your “last will and testament” for clarification
- Select an executor. It’s best to inform this person that you have selected them to ensure they are willing to take on the role if necessary.
- Identify your beneficiaries—generally your spouse and children are of first thought, however as family circumstances differ you may choose close friends or extended family. Make sure their details are formally documented.
- Select potential guardian for your children if you have any.
- Make an extensive list of all your assets and divide them among your beneficiaries using percentages.
- Sign your will and also get a witness to sign your will before bringing it to one of our wills lawyers Adelaide for reviewing.