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Free Consultation – Estates team

Posted by Jacqueline Keddie | 31 March 2020 | COVID-19

The coronavirus pandemic is making this a very stressful time for everyone.  The Nexus team want to help with some practical solutions for our valued clients.

We believe that planning for the future care and treatment of our family is vitally important at this time. Providing certainty in uncertain times reduces stress and is one of the best things you can do to manage your personal circumstances and bring peace of mind to your family.

As confronting as it is, now is the best time to ensure you have a solid estate plan and ensure the healthcare system is properly directed to as to how you wish to manage any illnesses you or your family might have.

To help with this, Nexus are offering a free 30 minute legal advice and check-in service to help answer any questions you may have about your estate documents including Wills, Powers of Attorney, Guardianships, and Advance Care Directives.  This service will help you understand what you might need to legally get ahead of the coronavirus curve.

Call our free consultation line on (02) 9016 0141 – our Estates team are happy to answer any questions you may have on your current estate documents, at no charge.

For more information on this service and the importance of your Estate documents please dowload our flyer Coronavirus and Your Estate Planning.

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