An Enduring Power of Attorney (EPOA) enables you to appoint another person to make decisions on your behalf about property and financial matters.
An EPOA can be operational while you still have capacity but are unable to attend to financial matters, or its operation can commence only after you lose full legal capacity.
An EPOA does not permit an attorney to make personal and lifestyle decisions, including decisions about medical treatment.
Our Fixed Fees
We use advanced technology to prepare your EPOA in one fixed-price consultation.
Enduring power of attorney $198
We will prepare and witness your execution of your straightforward EPOA on the spot during one fixed-price consultation.
Our fixed fee excludes:
- registering your EPOA at Landgate (additional $99 plus $168.70 Landgate registration fee)
Deed of revocation of an EPOA $198
We will prepare and witness your execution of your Deed of Revocation of EPOA. Book a consultation to discuss your requirements.
Our fixed fee excludes:
- registering your Deed of Revocation of EPOA at Landgate (additional $99 plus $168.70 Landgate registration fee).
WHY CHOOSE US
Our experienced lawyers provide great service at competitive prices.
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WHAT IS THE PROCESS?
Telephone us on (08) 9220 4433 or book online to arrange your appointment.
We will email you a checklist of information you should consider before your appointment.
Gather the information and bring it with you to your appointment.
Our advanced interactive forms enable our lawyers to prepare your straightforward Will or Enduring Power of Attorney on the spot in around 30 minutes.
For complex Wills and estate planning, we will give you practical and personalised advice during your consultation and work with you to create a Will and an estate plan that achieves your objectives.
We will prepare your straightforward Will during your consultation and arrange for you to sign it on the spot.
For complex Wills or other estate planning documents, we will send you a quote for the preparation of these documents after your initial consultation.
WHY YOU SHOULD MAKE A WILL
Your Will gives your family certainty about your intentions. It will also save them inconvenience and expense at a time when they are most vulnerable.
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