An Advance Care Directive, which is also known as a ‘living Will’, is a document which is often created at the same time as an Enduring Guardianship.
An Enduring Guardianship is a legally binding document which appoints a Guardian to make medical decisions for the person appointing them.

An Enduring Guardianship can appoint more than one guardian. Similarly, an Enduring Guardianship can be revoked at any time.
A Power of Attorney is a document which you can enter into which will allow another person to act on your behalf in financial matters.

We believe this is an essential and critical document that everyone should have and believe that it holds the same level of importance as having a current and valid Will.
A Special Disability Trust is a trust fund that is established by the family or carers of an individual who has a severe disability. The Trust aims to ensure that the financial needs in relation to care, medical treatment and living expenses of the disabled person will be met into the future.
A Will is a legally binding document which expresses your wishes as to what you would like to happen to your estate in the event of your death.