Thinking about putting your affairs in order? Heneghan & Associates take a patient and understanding approach in making sure your wishes are clearly communicated.
For most a Will is a means of communicating their wishes for their property after death. For others especially those with young children a Will needs to address the best interests of the children. For these reasons a Will is a vital document and everyone, no matter what age, should have one in place
Inheritance tax can be a minefield and it is imperative to structure your will in way that minimises the tax implications on those left behind.
In advancing years or with an early diagnosis of dementia, this is the time to consider who will make those important decisions for you when you are no longer in a position to do so for yourself. An Enduring Power of Attorney document is vital in ensuring your wishes for what decisions can be made, and who makes these decisions.
After a person's death it can be very difficult for those left behind. It is not easy to negotiate the legal red tape involved in distribruting the various assets. We understand the need to remove as much stress as possible while ensuring the person's wishes are carried out.