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The Public Trustee’s WA Will Week will run from 16-22 February 2014. The aim is to encourage Will making among Western Australian adults and to reduce the rate of intestacy. A Will is one of the most important documents you can have, so WA Will Week is the perfect time to start preparing your Will.
During WA Will Week, you’ll have the opportunity to learn about the things you need to consider and include when making a Will, who can contest your will and what’s involved for executors in the deceased estate administration process.
Watch this space for WA Will Week event updates and be sure to register for one of our free talks being held in the Perth CBD, Rockingham, Gosnells, Wanneroo and Mandurah.
If you need to get your affairs in order right away, call 1300 746 116 to book a Public Trustee Will appointment. Will drafting fees apply.
The Public Trustee regularly holds information sessions for community organisations who would like to learn more about the Public Trustee and its services including Wills, Deceased Estates and Financial Administration.
While we would love to accommodate all requests, due to resource constraints, we are unable to help with talks for audiences smaller than 40 people. If you would like the Public Trustee to speak at your event but are unable to gather the required number of people, you may wish to consider partnering with another organisation or group who may also be interested.
Contact our Marketing and Communications Officer to discuss booking a speaker for your event.
The WA Will Bank is a community service that safely stores Western Australian Wills in our purpose-built, fire-proof vault, keeping them safe from loss, theft and damage. It is free to store your own Will in the WA Will Bank.
To find out more about the WA Will Bank, visit the WA Will Bank page.
The Public Trustee, together with the Office of the Public Advocate, runs a 3-hour session to help Private Administrators better understand what is required of them.
Our November 2013 session is now fully booked. Administrators can now book for our 2014 sessions, scheduled as follows:
We recommend booking early as places are limited and cannot be reserved without confirmed payment.
Last Updated: 29-Nov-2013
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