Under Queensland law, a formula applies for how your assets are divided if you don’t have a will. Your personal circumstances at the time of your passing could see your estate go to family members you no longer have contact with. Making a valid will is the only reliable way to ensure your estate passes to who you choose.

By taking time to make a will (usually no more than an hour), you can save your family and friends uncertainty and stress, and can also save extra legal costs that might have to be paid to finalise your estate.

If you don’t have a will, or your current will was made some time ago, call us for an appointment.