Over our last few weeks and over those coming, we are taking you through the 5 steps of our estate planning ‘to-list’. We have so far discussed:
Now we move onto Step 4.
Conversations and Further Planning
It is important to discuss your wishes with your family and your loved ones. It is important to let your executors know of the location of your original Will and make sure they know where to access any information or documents that they may need access to upon your death.
You may want to give copies of your Enduring Power of Attorney or Appointment of Medical Treatment Decision Makers to those who may need it in the future or, at least tell them where the original is should they ever need access to it.
You should also consider making a funeral plan or at least having conversations with your loved ones about your wishes so that when the time comes, they know what you want and don’t need to have the added stress of making these decisions.
You may also with to prepare additional documents such as a Pet Profile Care Plan or a Digital Asset List so that your executor knows passwords to online accounts, etc to be able to deal with these upon our death.
How can Nevett Ford help?
Our Wills and Estates Team has extensive experience and expertise and can guide our clients through the preparation of Wills, Powers of Attorney and other Estate Planning documents. We will work hand in hand with you so that we can provide tailored solutions to meet your individual needs.
If you would like further information, please contact our team at firstname.lastname@example.org or on +613 9614 7111.