Wills And EPOA


Wills and Enduring Power of Attorney (EPOA)

The Coronavirus is having a massive impact on society.  Many of our clients, Australians and people across the globe are concerned for their own safety and that of their family. We are asking ourselves a whole range of questions including:

  • What happens if I or one of my family get the virus?
  • Will it spiral out of control?
  • What about the elderly members of the family over age 60 who seem to be more susceptible?

We don’t have answers to these questions but what we do know is that it is vital to ensure, while fit, competent and able that you safeguard your financial affairs by giving a spouse, relative or close associate your enduring power of attorney (EPOA).  This enables your EPOA to act on your behalf if you become sick, are quarantined for a long time or become incapable of managing your financial or health affairs.  In addition, your EPOA may be given the power to take your position as trustee of a self-managed super fund if your deed allows. Each State has its own EPOA legal requirements which we are fully aware of.

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