Why do I need a Will?

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Why do I need a Will?

 

Sophie Cohen, Legal Practitioner at Prime Financial Group discusses the importance of a Will, and why it is needed.

 

Everyone has some assets to pass on when they die, and a will is an essential part of any estate plan.

 

If you die without a Will, your estate will be distributed according to a specific formula set out in legislation. This may not accord with your wishes.

 

To LEARN MORE, watch Sophie’s Video

 

Why do I need a Will? from Prime Financial Group on Vimeo.

 

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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).