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Saturday Plan Ahead Day For National Week


Sat 16 May 2015, 9:00am–5:00pm

Where: NSW Trustee & Guardian, 230 Howick Street, Bathurst, Bathurst Area

Restrictions: All Ages

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Lock-in your planning ahead legal documents this Law Week
Bathurst Plan Ahead Day

This National Law Week (11-17 May 2015) is the perfect time to get your planning ahead legal documents sorted out. People around Bathurst will be able to prepare their Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship documents at a special Plan Ahead Day to be held on Saturday 16th May 2015 by NSW Trustee & Guardian.

Bookings are essential. Call (02) 6324 5000 or book online at ''.

According to Les Hansen, branch manager NSW Trustee & Guardian Bathurst it is critical to have these essential legal documents in place while you have the capacity to make important decisions about your estate and future financial, health and lifestyle needs.

“Without a Will, you should not assume friends, family, partners and children will inherit your assets as you wish – instead, if you die and don’t have a Will your estate will be distributed according to the NSW succession laws,” he said.

Equally important is an enduring Power of Attorney – a legal document where you appoint a person or organisation to manage your financial and certain legal affairs, such as paying bills or signing legally binding documents on your behalf.

The third planning ahead document is an Enduring Guardianship which allows you to nominate someone to make future decisions on your behalf in areas related to accommodation, health care and lifestyle services, such as direct personal care, house cleaning or recreational services.

“If something happens to you, and you don’t have an enduring Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship in place, loved ones may have to go through time-consuming processes at a court or tribunal to determine who can manage these decisions for you, or worse they may be left guessing your wishes,” he said.

There is no charge to make or update a Will with NSW Trustee & Guardian when appointing them as your executor or substitute executor in lieu of your spouse or partner. Fees are charged upon deceased estate administration only. Similarly, there’s no charge to prepare a Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship with NSW Trustee & Guardian. Fees are charged under a Power of Attorney upon its activation.

NSW Trustee & Guardian is the State’s largest Will maker and its team of legal experts can help answer all your questions. There is also plenty of information about why it’s important to plan ahead as well as details on how to get started on NSW Trustee & Guardian’s website ''.