Young and have superannuation?

You are working and have superannuation. You may also have life insurance with your superannuation fund.

You are single.

You have no children.

In fact, you have no dependants. No one relying on you.

You’d like your wealth to be given to your parents and your siblings.

You don’t have a Will. It never crossed your mind that you needed a Will – you’re young right?

Do you know that when nominating who receives your superannuation, you cannot nominate your parents or your siblings? The only person you can nominate is your “legal personal representative”. This is your estate or your Executor. And if this is your only option, then you do need a Will.

We have seen several young people this week in exactly this situation.

They now have peace of mind that should they pass away in the near future, that their superannuation is given to their Executor and their Executor will give this superannuation in accordance with their Will.

There is a bit of paperwork to make sure this happens, and we are more than happy to assist you.

A Will and super nomination for a young person in this situation is $660 inclusive of GST.

This fixed fee includes My Workbook – where you can write down passwords and instructions for your social media, write down who is to receive your jewellery/your extensive record collection/the tools in the shed etc, who is to look after your pets etc etc.

This fixed fee also includes free review meetings every 3 years, so should you meet your soul mate, we can always add them in!

Parents – we also sell gift vouchers if you’d like your child to have their Will prepared.

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Your first consultation meeting with a Senior Lawyer from Great Southern Wills is FREE, and there’s no pressure or obligation to proceed.

In your FREE meeting, we’ll get to know you and discuss all your options. We can have this discussion at our office, over Zoom or in your living room – you choose.

To meet in our office or over Zoom – please click the “Book Online” button below and select a time that works for you.

If you would like our team to come to you and for all other enquiries, please call our office on 9800 1217 or contact us via email by clicking here.

The Law Has Changed

An update has occurred to Western Australian Law changing what happens if someone dies without a will.

These changes came into effect after March 30th 2022.

Learn about these changes by clicking the button below.