You may not think it’s the right time for a Will, or that you don’t need a Power of Attorney or enduring Guardianship. But you never know what life has in store, and peace of mind is priceless.

Wills, Power of Attorney (POAs) and Guardianships may not be top of your mind now but, whatever stage of life you’re at, it feels good knowing these things are in place. Antunes is ready when you are.

The comfort of knowing you have a Will that says exactly what you want to happen when you’re gone. The peace of mind knowing you have a trusted Power of Attorney or Guardian to look after your affairs and make the right decisions if you can’t. Life feels better with these things covered.

From the simplicity of a straightforward Will, to complex POAs and guardianships which ensure the future of your life in the hands of others, Antunes Lawyers has the specialised expertise you need to guide you through every stage and ensure your wishes are carried out seamlessly.

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An airtight Will is about much more than deciding who gets what, it’s about best-practice distribution and asset protection. A trusted POA gives you priceless peace of mind knowing what you want to happen will happen. And a smart Guardianship will have your back when you need it.

The right type kind of agreement. The right kind of people. The right terms and clauses. These are all crucial aspects to these legal arrangements which you need to consider carefully to ensure the right outcome.  Let us look after things for you.

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