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FREE Planning for Later Life Forum


Wed 14 May 2014, 10:00am–11:30am

Where: Wesley Conference Centre, 220 Pitt Street, Sydney CBD, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free

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FREE Planning for Later Life Forum during Law Week in Sydney CBD
Find out about the legal documents we all need – in plain English

Getting started on pre-planning legal documents like a Will, Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardian and Advance Care Plan can be complex and confusing.

However, this Law Week (12-17 May), NSW Trustee & Guardian is holding a FREE Planning Ahead for Later Life forum to explain the use and benefits of planning ahead tools, as well as how to put them in place. The event taking place at The Wesley Conference Centre on Wednesday 14 May will feature Sue Field, the NSW Trustee & Guardian Fellow in Elder Law at the University of Western Sydney, who will explain the use and benefits of a Will, Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardian and Advance Care Plans. NSW Trustee & Guardian staff will also discuss what happens when someone doesn't have a Power of Attorney or dies intestate (without a Will). While Public Guardian staff will be on hand to explain how and why to appoint a guardian and the term Person Responsible.

You need to prepare these important documents while you have the capacity to do so. Don’t leave it too late for your loved ones. It is important for them and it is important for you – you really don’t want them to be second-guessing your financial, health and lifestyle needs, and getting these documents in place now will help save potential stress later on if something happens to you.

Planning Ahead for Later Life Forum details:
Date and Time: Wednesday 14 May 2014, 10.00am – 11.30am.
Where: Wesley Conference Centre, Lyceum Room
Address: 220 Pitt Street, Sydney
Bookings: 02 9240 0797 or email

Recent research carried out by NSW Trustee & Guardian showed only five per cent of Australian adults have a clear understanding of the documents that relate to pre-planning – a Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. You can find out more about these documents by visiting