About Premier Wills
PREMIER WILLS are based in Melbourne, Australia. We proudly service our valued customers Australia-wide, as well as Australian expatriates living overseas.
We have prepared thousands of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney (Financial) and Enduring Powers of Attorney (Medical). Our Lawyers and Consultants are qualified and experienced in all facets of the preparation of all the necessary documentation required to provide this service.
PREMIER WILLS provides a confidential Will making service. YOUR WILL is NOT a Will Kit – it is drawn by a legal firm and tailored to your unique situation and your aspirations regarding your assets. You provide the information and we prepare your Will, Enduring Power of Attorney (Financial) or Enduring Power of Attorney (Medical), tailored specially for you.
In addition, our lawyers can provide solutions for online enterprises. We provide easy to understand legal agreements with visitors, customers, advertisers and anyone else looking at your products or services, as well as helping to protect your income, and ensuring hassle free compliance with government regulations. We can help you to establish standard legal agreements to save you time and worry in the future.
Your time is precious. That is why we reduce time delays and costs to provide you friendly and convenient legal advice by offering you flexible service delivery online, making the best use of email, video conferencing, teleconferencing, the cloud and still having meeting spaces available for those who prefer meetings in person.
Wills & Enduring Powers of Attorney
Why have a Will?
A Will is a legal document that allows you to choose how your assets are distributed. Contrary to popular belief, it is not the case that your assets go to the Government if you die without a Will, however they will be distributed in accordance with a formula created by the Government, not by you.
An Enduring Power of Attorney allows you to nominate someone of your choice to sign documents on your behalf. This is vital if you are away, or temporarily or permanently incapacitated, and cannot sign documents yourself. Everyone regardless of age should have an Enduring Power of Attorney.