COVID-19 and Estate Planning
26 March, 2020Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Disputes, Trusts and SuperannuationNews & Updates
Estate Planning services available for those with urgent needs
The impact COVID-19 is having on our community is unprecedented. With job losses, social distancing and the very real threat of community transmission, no-one is unaffected. We are all in this together.
Before March this year, we know many people considered estate planning as “something I’ll get to one day”. Now, they are concerned that they may not have appropriate planning in place to protect their family and loved ones.
We are committed to helping members of the community through this challenging time, which is why we have committed all available resources to prioritising estate planning for clients with urgent needs. The areas we can assist with include:
- your Will;
- an Enduring Power of Attorney, appointing an attorney to make financial and personal/health decisions for you, if you are unable to do so;
- guardianship arrangements for your children; and
- business, company and trust succession.
The health and well-being of our valued clients and our staff is paramount. Stringent health protocols have been implemented at our office, and remote conferencing via telephone, Skype, Facetime and other methods is available.
How Bell Legal Group can help?
If you wish to discuss any estate planning or deceased estate matter, please contact our experienced Wills and Estates team for assistance.
For information and assistance on any estate planning or estate administration matter, please contact a member of our Wills and Estates Team at Bell Legal Group on (07) 5597 3366 or email email@example.com.
This publication is was written by Janine O’Brien, Associate, Bell Legal Group for information only and is not legal advice. You should obtain advice that is specific to your circumstances and not rely on this publication as legal advice.