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Malaga, WA 6090
Fixed Fee Legal Will in Perth
Foyle Legal charge a fixed fee for Wills
Foyle Legal attempts to provide a fixed fee cost for simple wills in Western Australia. A simple will is where only one property is involved, and the person making the will does not own shares in a family company and the person making the will does not have any specific wishes in respect of a trust). For other wills other costs may apply, telephone us for an assessment.
Single Will: $350.00 (inclusive of GST)
Couple: $500.00 (inclusive of GST)
For other wills other costs may apply, telephone us for an assessment.
Discounts are available for more than one service
(e.g. Will, Enduring Power of Guardianship and Enduring Power of Attorney).
What does the wills legislation require in order to make a will?
The formal requirements to make a will are as follows:
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Key Considerations When Making a Will
Is it simple to make a Will?
The requirements under the Wills Act are relatively straight forward, but there are other considerations in making a will such as whether the joint property can be passed and whether it is practical to carry out your wishes. Seeking professional legal advice in WA will ensure your will is done correctly and your family will have no regrets after you pass away.
Cost of making a will with a lawyer?
Making a will at Foyle Legal is easy. For a simple will, the cost of making a will is fixed. It costs $300 to create a will for a single person, and it costs $400 to make a will for a couple. Foyle Legal offers substantial discounts on Power of Guardianship and Power of Attorney when it is completed together with you will.
Executor of your Will
If you do not make a will then anyone interested in your estate can apply to be the executor of your estate. This is a very important position and you should choose a responsible person a person you believe will carry out their duties properly.
What should be in a Will?
When you make a will, the Will should specify that it is your last Will and that you revoke any previous Wills. It should appoint one or more persons to be your executor(s). Your Will should provide for payment of funeral expenses and any debts. It should then state how you want your property distributed, either by naming the item and to whom it is given, or by giving a person a certain amount or percentage of the total value of your property. If your Will contains specific gifts, it should also state what is to happen with the residue (remaining assets) of the estate.
What happens if I get married or divorced?
If you get married or divorced this has the effect of revoking your will unless you make it in contemplation of marriage or divorce. The best way to ensure you will is current is to consult a specialist wills lawyer in Perth.
Leaving property in your Will
In your will, you may leave any part of your property, including personal items, real estate or amounts of money to particular people (special rules apply to jointly owned property). While it is not necessary to list every item of your property, your will should deal with all your property. The best way to do this is to use expressions like “all of my property of whatever kind” or “all my remaining property of whatever kind”. If your will fails to deal with all your property, any property not dealt with will be divided among your relatives according to law. This kind of division might not be what you wanted and may lead to disputes about the entitlement of certain relatives to your assets.
There are some assets you can’t leave to another person in a will. For example, assets from your superannuation or insurance fund (you usually nominate a beneficiary when you take out the policy). You may wish to make special arrangements for a number of things, for example:
- disposal of your body or organ transplants;
- payment of your executor;
- the occupation of your home;
- the release of a debt owing to you; and
- a gift to charity.
You can generally write these types of things in ordinary language so that they can be understood.
Challenges to a Will
If you are a dependent of someone who has died and have not received a fair share of the deceased’s property under the will or under the Administration Act 1903 (if there is no will) you may be able to challenge it.
Power of Guardianship / Enduring Power of Guardianship
When you are making a will with Foyle Legal, Foyle Legal helps clients to prepare Power of Guardianship or Enduring Power of Guardianship in conjunction with wills.
Power of Attorney
When you are making a will with Foyle Legal, Foyle Legal helps clients to prepare Power of Attorney in conjunction with wills.
Where can I store my will?
Where you store your will is up to you. Many people decide to store their will at home. Some banks will store your will for you but this is becoming increasingly uncommon. One common place to store your will is with the WA Will Bank operated by the Public Trustee in Western Australia. It is free to store your will with the WA Will Bank if you take it there yourself. You will need to complete the WA Will Bank Deposit Form to store your will with the WA Will Bank.
Do you need a lawyer to make a will?
You do not need a lawyer to draw up a will. We have clients who tried to make a will online, or do it yourself will with a will kit at home but found the experience quite dauting. They just never know if what they included in the will is legal and enforceble. Comparing the cost of writting your own will, and the fixed fee will service we provide for simple wills, most of our past clients prefers to have a legal will drawn up by a lawyer to ensure piece of mind.
More about Foyle Legal
We are a WA family-owned law firm and have been recognised as one of the best businesses in Perth since 2016.
Foyle Legal is started by Christian Foyle in 2012. We are best known as one of the best workers compensation lawyers in Perth. Our key areas of legal service include personal injury law, wills and insurance claims. To date, we have a team of 6 lawyers and 4 support staff with head office in Malaga, and an office in Perth CBD.
If you need to make a will, or made a claim for car accident injury compensation in WA, workers compensation in WA, slip & fall claims in WA, or other negligence related personal injury claims in WA, Foyle Legal can help you!
For all qualified wills clients, we provide fixed fee pricing for your peace of mind. For all qualified personal injury claims, we provide No Win No Fee legal service.
Foyle Legal Provides Legal Services to all of WA
What suburbs in Perth does Foyle Legal provide legal representation to?
Looking for best WA family owned law firm near me in Perth? Foyle Legal provides legal presentation to wills and all personal injuries clients all over Perth. It includes but not limited to north of river, south of the river, Perth city areas, eastern suburbs, western suburbs and Fremantle areas.
North of the river – Northern Suburbs
Ballajura, Bassendean, Bayswater, Beechboro, Carine, Carramar, Clarkson, Connolly, Currambine, Dianella, Doubleview, Duncraig, Eden Hill, Edgewater, Embleton, Glendalough, Greenwood, Gwelup, Heathridge, Hillarys, Inglewood, Innaloo, Joondalup, Kallaroo, Karrinyup, Kingsley, Landsdale, Maida Vale, Malaga, Marangaroo, Mindarie, Mindarie Keys, Morley, Mullaloo, Munster, North Beach, Osborne Park, Padbury, Scarborough, Shenton Park, Sorrento, Trigg, Tuart Hill, Wanneroo, Warwick, Waterman, Wembley Downs, Woodlands, Woodvale, Yanchep.
Ascot, Belmont, Carlisle, Kewdale, Newburn, Redcliffe, Rivervale.
Perth Inner City
Burswood, Perth CBD, Northbridge, East Perth, Highgate, Leederville, Maylands, Mount Hawthorn, Mount Lawley, North Perth, South Perth, Subiaco, Victoria Park, West Leederville, West Perth, CBD, Kings Park, Northbridge, Perth.
East Fremantle, Fremantle, Hamilton Hill, North Fremantle, O’Connor, South Fremantle.
South of the River – Southern Suburbs
Alfred Cove, Applecross, Ardross, Attadale, Bateman, Beaconsfield, Beeliar, Bentley, Bibra Lake, Bicton, Booragoon, Bullcreek, Canning Bridge, Canning Vale, Cannington, Casuarina, Cockburn, Como, Coogee, East Victoria Park, Forrestdale, Gosnells, Jandakot, Karawara, Kelmscott, Kwinana, Melville, Mount Pleasant, Palmyra, Shelley, Spearwood, Success, Wattle Grove, Welshpool, Willetton, Wilson, Winthrop.
Churchlands, City Beach, Claremont, Cottesloe, Crawley, Daglish, Dalkeith, Floreat, Mosman Park, Mount Claremont, Nedlands, Swanbourne, Wembley.
Armadale, Bedfordale, Bickley, Byford, Carmel, Chidlow, Darling Downs, Darlington, Forrestfield, Gidgegannup, Glen Forrest, Gooseberry Hill, Greenmount, High Wycombe, Hovea, Jarrahdale, Kalamunda, Karragullen, Lesmurdie, Mount Helena, Mundaring, Mundijong, Orange Grove, Parkerville, Paulls Valley, Pickering Brook, Roleystone, Stoneville, Wungong
Baskerville, Belhus, Bellevue, Brigadoon, Bullsbrook, Caversham, Ellenbrook, Guildford, Hazelmere, Henley Brook, Herne Hill, Middle Swan, Midland, Midvale, Millendon, South Guildford, Swan Valley, The Vines, Upper Swan, Viveash, West Midland, West Swan, Whiteman
Does Foyle Legal provide Legal Representation to surrounding areas of Perth?
Yes, Foyle Legal extends legal presentation to surrounding areas of Perth. This includes but limited to Avon Valley, North Coast & Valleys, Peel areas, Perth Hills, Rottnest Island, and Swan Valley.
Avon Valley, New Norcia, Northam, Other Avon Valley Areas, Toodyay, York, Clackline, Wooroloo
North Coast & Valleys
Bindoon, Chittering, Gingin, Guilderton, Lancelin, Ledge Point, Lower Chittering, Moore River, Neeragabby, Upper Chittering, Wanerie, Woodridge
Mandurah, Peel Coast, Peel Inland, Baldivis, Barragup, Boddington, Dawesville, Dwellingup, Falcon, Greenfields, Halls Head, Karnup, Mandurah, Mandurah East, Meadow Springs, Pinjarr, Port Kennedy, Quindanning, Ravenswood, Rockingham, Rockingham Beach, Safety Bay, Secret Harbour, Serpentine, Shoalwater, South Yunderup, Wannanup, Waroona, West Pinjarra