Your estate. Your decisions.
With a personal legal representative from Weeks Law, you can write your Will and move on with your life confident your decisions will be upheld.
Your estate planning requires a minimum of three components including preparing and executing your Last Will and Testament and to provide for your mental incompetency by reason of accident or disease your Enduring Power of Attorney and your Persona Directive or “Living Will”.
More about Wills and Estates
Your Will specifically addresses the distribution of your possessions and assets at the time of your passing.
More specifically, this deals with:
- Distribution or disposal of property
- Distribution of assets of value
Power of Attorney
Activated when you are no longer mentally competent and supported by a doctor’s certificate, your Power of Attorney looks after your financial affairs while you are alive but unable to act upon your own behalf.
Decisions involving age related end-of-life scenarios often require a Personal Directive, which is an individual trusted to uphold a person’s wishes regarding medical well-being while they are unable to advocate on their own behalf.
How We Work
Bringing you peace of mind and value
We’re people first. We practice law because we’re passionate about helping our clients with their legal needs. From personal legal services like a new home purchase to the wide variety of legal needs that small and medium sized businesses encounter, we understand that any legal process can be stressful (sometimes even intimidating).
We’re committed to providing peace of mind, value and experienced assistance no matter what the scope of your legal requirements might be.