Put Your Affairs in Order

//Put Your Affairs in Order
Put Your Affairs in Order2018-07-09T21:19:08+00:00

Put Your Affairs in Order

It’s a good idea for everyone to get their affairs in order. By completing the necessary documents, you can make it easier for your family to cope at a difficult time, and ensure that your wishes are followed.

By preparing a few documents, you can ensure that your wishes are followed, and you have made it easier for your family at a difficult time.

Read more

A Will is a legal document that sets out your wishes for distribution of your assets after your death, including appointing an Executor.

Read more

A Power of Attorney is a legal document giving another person the authority to make personal and/or financial decisions on your behalf.

Read more

It is a legal document that enables you to record decisions about your future health care should you lose your decision making capabilities.

Read more

Estate planning is the preparation of tasks that serve to manage an individual’s asset base in the event of their death.

Read more

Financial Planning is an ongoing process to help you make sensible decisions about money that can help you achieve your goals in life.

Read more

Have you decided about organ and tissue donation? A donation is a life-saving gift, & one donor can transform the lives of many people.

Read more

There are a number of options available to you, such as Pre-Arranged Funerals, Pre-Paid Funerals, Funeral Insurance and Funeral Bonds.

Read more

Be informed of the choices for the next phase of your life, whether you stay where you are, downsize or move into a senior living community.

Read more

Home support and respite provides basic aged care support services to people in their homes, and also offers support to their carers.

Read more

Home Care Packages are a coordinated package of services tailored to meet a person’s specific care needs, while remaining in their home.

Read more

A retirement village is a managed community for seniors, & there are many different models & contracts. Be informed & choose carefully.

Read more

Visiting various facilities and asking questions is the key to understanding if a home is right for you. Download our checklist of questions.

Read more

Palliative Care is specialised care and support provided for a person with a life limiting illness, including their families and carers.

Read more

Translate »