Peace of mind for you and your family - now and in the future
Have your financial circumstances changed? Have you recently married, had a baby, purchased a property, separated, divorced or received an inheritance? Have you considered the impact on your Will and other affairs?
Estate planning is a subject that many people don’t think about as it can conjure negative thoughts. In its simplest form, it is just about ensuring peace of mind and that investments you make now are passed on to your family or beneficiaries in the most effective way.
Estate planning can often be as simple as a Will, or it can encompass more than just a Will. It involves reviewing, managing and controlling your personal, family and business affairs whilst you are alive and when you pass away.
A well-considered Estate Plan can cover:
- current lifestyle needs
- retirement plans
- business arrangements
- enduring powers of attorney
- enduring guardianships
- tax position
- future critical events such as divorce
- health scares
- family disputes
- ensuring your assets go exactly where you wish them to go.
Rabia Javed, Senior Associate in Estate Planning at Slater and Gordon, has worked in the industry for over 10 years, and has a thorough knowledge of this potentially complex area. Rabia brings a positive attitude to each matter and a keen ability to understand the unique circumstances of her clients.
Through finding practical solutions she is able to help her clients preserve their hard-earned wealth for those they wish to benefit. Rabia joined Slater and Gordon in 2013, attracted by the high quality service it offers and its varied client base.
At this seminar, Rabia will discuss issues relating to Wills (including asset protection and tax minimisation), preparing enduring powers of attorney, administration of deceased estates, including superannuation and death benefits.
Slater and Gordon is a proud sponsor of the Werribee City Football Club
Details of seminar
Venue: Italian Sports Club Werribee, 601 Heaths Road, Werribee
Date: Tuesday, 23 August 2016
Time: 6.30pm for 7.00pm until 8.00pm
Light refreshments will be served.