Are your Will, Power of Attorney, and Guardianship documents up-to-date?

By |2020-09-25T14:48:42+10:00Friday, April 3, 2020|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

The friendly solicitors at Baldock Stacy Niven have a great deal of experience preparing Powers of Attorney, and Guardianship documents; documents which comprise a safety net for you in the event that you are incapacitated and need help from your family and loved ones. We all know that privacy concerns mean that it is [...]

Baldock Stacy & Niven and The Salvation Army Community Wills Day

By |2019-05-17T12:21:17+10:00Tuesday, May 7, 2019|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

Baldock Stacy & Niven will be working with The Salvation Army in Orange for their Community Wills Day. When:    27th June 2019 How:      Book your appointment online via The Salvation Army website Participants must book an appointment on-line and pay a fee of $70 (individual) and $120 (couple), which will be used to support the local work [...]

Baldock Stacy & Niven Helps out in Our Local Community

By |2018-09-18T10:20:15+10:00Tuesday, September 18, 2018|BS&N Team, Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

Sometimes the media likes to portray lawyers in negative ways however many lawyers, especially country lawyers, regularly help out marginalised and struggling members of our local community. Lawyers at Baldocks regularly give advice to callers or clients who bring unique problems to our office, without charge. We prepare Wills at reduced costs for those [...]

Being an Executor of an Estate

By |2017-12-06T11:37:08+11:00Monday, September 18, 2017|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

What is an executor? If you have been named as executor in someone’s Will, it means the deceased wanted you to manage his or her estate, perhaps together with another person. There can be any number of executors named in a Will, though one or two is usually considered sufficient. What are an executor’s [...]

Why everyone needs a Will

By |2017-12-05T15:32:32+11:00Friday, August 18, 2017|Wills, Retirement Planning & Deceased Estates|

A Will is important for your family's security Everyone over 18 years of age should have a Will. If you have any assets, married or not, and especially if you have children, it is essential to make a Will.   It is the only way to make sure that, no matter what happens to you, [...]

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