Planning Ahead Tools provides information and advice for future legal, health and financial decisions - get it in black and white.
When you have planning ahead documents in place – a Will, Power of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship – you can rest assured that your rights and wishes can be respected because they are properly documented.
If you do not have planning ahead documents prepared when they are required, a court or tribunal may need to appoint someone to make decisions for you. The opportunity to choose who you would like to act on your behalf will be lost. It is definitely better to plan ahead.
By planning ahead for you future health, lifestyle and financial choices you are able to make decisions that reflect your wishes, values and beliefs. Here are a selection of personal stories that show both the positive impact of planning ahead and the negative implications when plans are not in place.