Time you got your Will sorted?

5 Jul 2017 - Wills 
Legal wills, Lawyer

Aimee South,  lawyer, is experienced in Will making  and Powers of attorney.


No one knows what’s around the corner.
If you die without a legal Will then the law decides how your property is divided amongst your family. Dying without a will may leave your loved ones in limbo or even missing out all together.

If your situation involves step children, de facto partners or ex partners, then you have more reason than most to get your financial ducks in a row before it is too late.

Imagine a scenario where your partner cannot stay in the family home just because you didn’t get around to doing your will.
Or your failure to make a will means your partner doesn’t have enough money to properly provide for your children.

Its important to do a will properly because it is the last thing your will ever say to your family. It tells them you care about what happens to them enough to take steps to have a valid will drawn up.

It is not expensive with the Journey Family Lawyers Wills process. We don’t cater for people who have huge estates and complex needs. But what we do offer is a sensible and uncomplicated process to get you signed up with a valid will as soon as possible after you call us. Call our lawyers today, and they will help you work out your needs. It will then  be prepared quickly and you can either come to an office to sign, or we can send your will to you with signing instructions.

Once it is done, you keep it safe and tell someone where it is. The whole process is quick and easy and costs not much more than a night out.   Call us and let us take care of it for you.

While you are here, why not get us to do an enduring Power of Attorney for you.




4 responses to “Time you got your Will sorted?”

  1. Mechelle says:

    Hi, my husband and I are wanting to get our Wills and POA’s completed. Could you please assist me with costings and how you can help us.
    Thank you

    • Journey Family Lawyers says:

      Dear Mechelle,
      Normally a will is $330. and an Enduring power of Attorney is usually $99.
      We are doing relatively straightforward wills for $220 each until the end of May. If you call us you can either make an appointment to give instructions over the phone or you can make a time to come in. Aimee South is the lawyer who does the Wills in our office, and she would love to chat to you. just call on 38325999 or email her direct at Aimee@journeyfamilylaywers.com.au.
      It is also a good idea to look at how your Superannuation is to be distributed if you die. You can usually do this through a Binding Death Nomination. Ask Aimee about that as well.
      After you have provided us with your instructions over the phone, we prepare the will and Power of Attorney and you can either pop in to one of our offices to sign them, or we can send it out with signing instructions. I hope that answers your queries, but if you have any other questions, please call us.
      Kind Regards,

  2. Shannon says:

    My husband and I would like to get standard wills done. We have 2 children. How much would this cost?

    • Journey Family Lawyers says:

      Dear Shannon,
      We are currently offering Wills for $198 each and $99 each for a Power of Attorney. We will contact you by email as well.

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