Wills and Powers of Attorney

Do you have a Will?


Please telephone to discuss your particular circumstances. Professional fees will depend upon whether you would like to have a Will alone, or a Will and Powers of Attorney. You may in fact need a Discretionary Trust Will.

Please telephone for a confidential telephone discussion about your circumstances.

To deliver peace of mind for yourself and your loved ones, you need a Will. Nearly 50% of Australians do not have a Will or Powers of Attorney. This leaves them and their family vulnerable to face unnecessary uncertainty and difficulty in the event of their serious illness or death. Paper and online Will Kits are often viewed as a “cheap” alternative to a Will drafted by a Lawyer But they are not a genuine alternative A poorly drafted or invalid Will can often be more harmful than no Will at all.
Please contact marilyn@oceanlegal.com.au,
oceanlegal1 on skype or on Zoom
or 0400 784 754
Following a Virtual Meeting your Will can be drafted and sent to you as a draft by email. After settling the final Will with you it shall be posted to you with Powers of Attorney, if you are also wishing to complete Powers of Attorney. You will be provided with clear instructions on signing.
A further Virtual Meeting will take place on signing to ensure the Will and Powers of Attorney documents have been correctly signed.