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One of the best ways to plan for the future, and ensure that your final wishes are carried out, is to have a valid Will in place.

Writing or updating your Will can be an overwhelming prospect. However, with the right legal advice it can be much simpler than you think.

To help, we offer a range of obligation free Will writing offers to help our supporters and the broader WA community access professionally prepared standard Wills at a reduced cost.

The importance of a Will

Simply put, a Will helps to ensure that the needs of those important to you are met, in a way that you are comfortable with, whether that be family, friends, charities or even pets.

In Western Australia, if you don’t have a valid Will the Court will appoint an Administrator who will determine how your estate will be distributed. This means that you won’t have any say in who benefits from your estate, or who manages it. It may also cost more to finalise your estate as there is more paperwork involved.

Making sure that your Will is up to date and valid will gives you and those you care about peace of mind and confidence that your wishes will be upheld.

Our Pop Up Will writing offer

Each year, in partnership with local law firms and charities, we offer Pop Up Will events across WA. This service gives you access to local legal professionals who can help you create a valid and properly drafted Will.

Our next special Will writing offer will be held in Bunbury. Keep an eye on our website for the next event in your community.

Bunbury Pop Up Will writing service

In partnership with local law firm Groven Legal & Guide Dogs WA, we will be hosting our next Pop Up Will writing event in Bunbury.  If you or someone you know would like to take advantage of this fantastic offer, please call us to make an appointment on 08 9212 4333 or simply visit us at our Pop-Up stall.

Location: Bunbury Forum Shopping Centre

Date & time: Wednesday 19-Friday 21 Oct 2022 9am-5pm

Cost: $132 for a professionally prepared standard Will*

*A standard Will does not include complex matters such as controls or trust, ownership of companies and business interests or blended families.

How leaving a gift in your will helps your community

We encourage you to think of your loved ones first when it comes to distributing your assets, and then consider leaving what’s left to a cause that you are passionate about.

Caroline Bryndzej, our Philanthropy Manager, says donations in Wills were invaluable and one of the largest single sources of funding for the organisation.

“Every year 13,000 West Australians hear the words ‘you have cancer’ and in 2017, almost 1200 of those were from the South West region,” she said.

“As a community-funded organisation we rely on donations, fundraising and support to continue providing prevention and early detection messages, and much-needed support to families affected by cancer.

“By having a valid Will you can help ensure your wishes are fulfilled and your loved ones are looked after, as well as creating a lasting legacy by helping provide care today and hope for the future.

“Including a gift for us in your Will, no matter the size, will make a real difference in helping us to reduce the impact and incidence of cancer in our South West,” Caroline adds.

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