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Do I need a Will?  If I have one, do I need to update my Will?

We believe that it is most important for everyone to have a Will.  We can help you to make a Will that suits your situation and give you up-to-date Will information.

Many people contact us to help them with their Will around the time that they purchase property or travel overseas.

In many cases however, your circumstances can change and it becomes necessary to update your Will from time to time.

For help with your Will contact Claire Tyler or Sarah Blaney.

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