Preparing a good will is an important and straightforward thing to do. And it can get you out of so much trouble!
Alison Greenwood explains the importance of NOT putting off having a will prepared. Especially if you have small children.
We tend to think that preparing a good will is too hard to talk about and think through. But lots of families have been caught off-balance when tragedy knocks.
Don’t let this happen to you.
While many of us just cross our fingers and hope for the best, Alison says, “Avoidance isn’t a good strategy.” Mmmm, that’s a thing we do. And it’s just not wise!
Show Notes – Good Will Hunting
- Alison recommends you find an expert to help you prepare your will. This is because of the complexities of caring for children. The decisions about who and how they will be cared for in the event of a tragedy are not simple. So it’s unwise to leave those choices up to others who may not have your child or children’s best interests in mind.
- However, you can read some good information about preparing a Tasmanian will HERE >>>
- Do be aware that the criteria change slightly from state to state in Australia.
- Caring for your children, in case the worst happens, is way more than just preparing a good will. Here are some every-day things you can do, to make sure you cover your bases. Read more >>>
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