What is the difference between a will and estate planning?
A will is a singular document that provides instructions for how you want your estate distributed when you pass away. The term “estate planning” is an umbrella term that manages your how your estate is distributed when you pass away or how your financial and/or health decisions are made in circumstances where you have lost capacity. Estate planning, for many, includes a Will, Power of Attorney, Advance Health Directive, dealing with superannuation. You can read a bit more about this here.
Do you do estate disputes?
I no longer undertake dispute work or represent parties in estate disputes. However, I do provide mediation services for estate disputes. For more information on my mediation services (including fees and availability), please click here.
Do you provide online meetings?
Yes we do. You can book for an online meeting here.
Do you charge an initial consultation fee for your legal work?
Yes, sort of. We offer package pricing for our legal work and the initial fee is $330.00 which is taken off that package price. This means the package price includes your initial fee of $330.00 which is payable at the conclusion of your first meeting with Michele.
How much do you charge for a ‘simple Will’?
All our wills and estate planning pricing is available here.
I’m not sure what wills and estate planning package is right for me. What do I do?
You can book a free 15 min chat with Michele to figure out which package is best for you and your circumstances. You can book online now here.
Do you do just Wills, on their own?
Yes, we do. Our singular services pricing is available here.
Do you do testamentary trust wills?
Yes, absolutely. Our testamentary trust wills are normally in our “Not-So-Simples Packages” and “I-Wish-It-Were-Simples Packages”. You can find all our pricing information for these types of wills here.
Do you offer payment plans?
Yes, we do. Please chat with Michele to discuss your needs.