Preparing a Will: What to consider?


Preparing a Will: What to consider?


Sophie Cohen, Legal Practitioner at Prime Financial Group explains some of the key considerations when making a Will?


  1. Who are the beneficiaries that you wish to benefit from your estate when you die?
  2. Who is to be your executor?
  3. How are your assets owned?
  4. Should you nominate a guardian to look after your children under the age of 18 years?
  5. What type of Will would best achieve what you want to achieve?


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About the Author:

Legal Practitioner & Director of Prime Financial Group Legal Services. I work in conjunction with accounting partners and financial advisers to deliver high quality, professional and personalised legal services in asset protection (Estate planning, Business succession strategies and structuring , Superannuation, Family Trusts & Powers of Attorney).