Estate Planning: Enduring Powers of Guardianship
Estate planning today not only includes a discussion about Wills, trusts and powers of attorney. An increasingly useful part in the estate planning toolkit is a document known as an enduring power of guardianship (EPG). Under the Guardianship and Administration Act 1990 (WA) (the Act), a person can execute...Read More
Estate Planning: When Your Loved One Has Lost Capacity
SAT applications for guardianship and administration You may have heard about documents called an enduring power of guardianship and enduring power of administration. They are very useful estate planning tools that allow you to appoint another person (such as a spouse or child) as your attorney or guardian so that...Read More
Why Make An EPA, An EPG Or An AHD?
We do it every day – make decisions for ourselves on all sorts of family, work and lifestyle issues. But what happens to us if we cannot make decisions for ourselves due to illness or accident? If we have legal documents prepared prior to us losing capacity to make them,...Read More