"Forum Law are very thorough and make sure things are done when they are supposed to be and are always proactive."
– Steve Mcleod
Senior Project Manager
Farrell Coyne Projects
Your affairs are more complex that you may think, and a home-made will may not take the most important details into account – or even be legally binding.
Our caring legal team, located in our Leichhardt office in the inner west, will help you understand and record your wishes. We’ll also identify any issues, and promptly revise your will when your circumstances change.
Do you wish to appoint a power of attorney or guardian? We can also help with this, so you can be confident that your matters will be taken care of without the risk of a dispute.
We have clients in Sydney’s inner west, the greater Sydney region and interstate and overseas. So wherever you are in the world, we can help with the following areas of law:
At Forum Law, our years of experience in helping clients make effective Wills mean we've come across virtually every situation, so even making complex Wills is trouble-free with our advice and assistance. Here's how we make it easy:
In addition to providing you and your executor with your own certified copies, we can retain your original Will in our safe so the existence - and the date - of your Will is never in doubt.
At every stage, we’re available to talk through any questions or concerns you have about planning your estate.
Ask us about a Power of Attorney or an Appointment of Guardian at very reasonable rates from $275 each including GST.
We provide wills in the inner west, and for our clients around the world. So wherever you’re located, we can quickly and carefully prepare your will and provide advice.
It’s important to start planning for life’s unexpected events much sooner than you may think. As soon as you start earning an income, you should think about how you want your assets and belongings distributed should you die. You may also want to make your wishes known about the use of life prolonging medical treatments (a ‘living will’) or appoint a Power of Attorney to make decisions on your behalf should you be unable or unavailable to do so.
As life goes on and your circumstances change, you should review your will. You may need to update your will if you:
You should also revise your will if your relationships with the people listed in your will change, or if your partner dies before you. If your financial circumstances change, you should review your will immediately.