A will lets you decide how your belongings and money will be distributed when you die. And who’ll care for any dependent children you may have. If you haven’t specified what you’d like to happen with your assets when you pass away, your love ones may not receive them.
It can be difficult to know where to start when it comes to making a will. And we’re here to help. We can help you with the importance of having a will, how to make or update an existing will, seek advice on planning and distributing your estate and confirm who should receive your assets.
Your will is the document that gives you the final say. It can also ease tension and stress between your loved ones after you’re gone.
One thing your will doesn’t cover is the money in your super account. To document who will receive your super after you’re gone, you’ll need an active binding nomination which you’ll need to arrange with your super fund.
Speak with your financial adviser to make sure everything is set up correctly or call us on 131 267 Monday to Friday from 8am to 8pm and Saturday and Sunday between 9am and 5pm AEDT to find out more.