When planning for retirement there are many issues that need serious consideration. Our team are experienced at all aspects relating to retirement and elder law. Offering peace of mind for the future, Webster Malcolm Retirement Law services can assist with planning for this change of lifestyle.
Our Retirement Law services include:
- Enduring Power of Attorney – Appointing an attorney for property and welfare matters means you decide who looks after your affairs when you are no longer able to. Planning for the future and appointing an Enduring Power of Attorney will ensure that your interests are properly managed and your wishes respected.
- Applications for a Property Manager or Welfare Guardian – Where no Enduring Power of Attorney exists, an application may be made to the Family Court for a manager or guardian to be appointed. We can assist with the application process, from start to finish.
- Retirement Village Licences – It is imperative to seek legal advice before entering into any contract but this is especially important when it relates to your home and welfare. Webster Malcolm can provide advice in language you can understand, provide sound advice and answer any questions or concerns you may have.
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