Harris Lawyers Incorporating Inga R Berzins & Associates

Harris Lawyers Incorporating Inga R Berzins & Associates
Harris Lawyers Incorporating Inga R Berzins & Associates
Law and Legal Service-ADELAIDE, SA
Law And Legal Service-Adelaide, SA
We are real people, concerned with real needs. We aim to provide a friendly, personal service, and will handle all matters with great care and efficiency. Whether it be probate, wills, dec..
356a Unley Road, Adelaide, SA, 5000.
356a Unley Road, Adelaide, SA, 5000.
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We are real people, concerned with real needs. We aim to provide a friendly, personal service, and will handle all matters with great care and efficiency. Whether it be probate, wills, deceased estate claims or personal injury claims, let us help you today.

What about Will Kits?

We do not advise the use of Will Kits or Will Forms. If Wills are unclear or not signed correctly, they may not be enforceable, and will result in increased expenses in administering your estate.

Contact us today, and we will be happy to discuss your particular circumstances and prepare a Will which suits your needs.


Power of Attorney

It is advisable to make an Enduring Power of Attorney – that is, appointing someone you trust to look after your financial affairs if you are not able to. The loss of your ability to handle your financial affairs can occur suddenly and without warning. For instance, as the result of an accident, heart attack or stroke. It is too late to make a Power of Attorney once you become incapable of making your own decisions.

Advance Care Directive

An Advance Care Directive is a document where you appoint one or more persons to make decisions about your medical treatment and your general welfare if you no longer can. This can often be of benefit to people especially as they grow older. It is possible to make specific directions to the person you appoint as substitute decision maker, such as what decisions you would like them to make at the end of your life if you are unable to make those decisions yourself. As with the Power of Attorney you must make an Advance Care Directive while you are still of a sound mind.

If you do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney and Advance Care Directive in place, then it may be necessary for the appropriate tribunal to appoint somebody to handle your affairs and make decisions about your welfare. Whilst those persons can be members of your family they do not necessarily have to be.Philip Harris

Principal

Philip has been a lawyer since 1977. He has practised in a wide variety of fields but now specialises in wills and deceased estates.

He is a member of the Law Society of South Australia and a member of its Succession Law Committee and Small Practice Committee.

Philip volunteers at Council of the Ageing (COTA) on a weekly basis providing legal advice to its members. He is also a member of the board of a not-for–profit organisation which operates retirement villages.

What about Will Kits?

We do not advise the use of Will Kits or Will Forms. If Wills are unclear or not signed correctly, they may not be enforceable, and will result in increased expenses in administering your estate.

Contact us today, and we will be happy to discuss your particular circumstances and prepare a Will which suits your needs.


Power of Attorney

It is advisable to make an Enduring Power of Attorney – that is, appointing someone you trust to look after your financial affairs if you are not able to. The loss of your ability to handle your financial affairs can occur suddenly and without warning. For instance, as the result of an accident, heart attack or stroke. It is too late to make a Power of Attorney once you become incapable of making your own decisions.

Advance Care Directive

An Advance Care Directive is a document where you appoint one or more persons to make decisions about your medical treatment and your general welfare if you no longer can. This can often be of benefit to people especially as they grow older. It is possible to make specific directions to the person you appoint as substitute decision maker, such as what decisions you would like them to make at the end of your life if you are unable to make those decisions yourself. As with the Power of Attorney you must make an Advance Care Directive while you are still of a sound mind.

If you do not have an Enduring Power of Attorney and Advance Care Directive in place, then it may be necessary for the appropriate tribunal to appoint somebody to handle your affairs and make decisions about your welfare. Whilst those persons can be members of your family they do not necessarily have to be.Philip Harris

Principal

Philip has been a lawyer since 1977. He has practised in a wide variety of fields but now specialises in wills and deceased estates.

He is a member of the Law Society of South Australia and a member of its Succession Law Committee and Small Practice Committee.

Philip volunteers at Council of the Ageing (COTA) on a weekly basis providing legal advice to its members. He is also a member of the board of a not-for–profit organisation which operates retirement villages.

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