Bells Line Legal Hawkesbry Law Firm Legal Services Conveyancing Wills Estates Probate

For many people the thought of creating a Will can be a daunting process that remains on the to-do list. At Bells Line Legal we recognise that all adults should have a current Will and ensure that it remains up to date at all times.


A Will should be reviewed in a number of circumstances including the start or end of a relationship, birth of a child or change in assets.


Our aim is to make the process of creating a Will as quick and easy as possible and to remove all the typical barriers people face when considering creating and/or updating their Wills.


Bells Line Legal offer the following: 

  • Competitive prices and discounts for multiple documents, couples and families;  and
  • In office appointments are not required and all discussions can be conducted via telephone and email with the documents provided to you for execution at a convenient location.

Examples of the types of services offered: 

  • Will – Your Will comes into effect once you pass away and details how you wish your estate to be handled in the event of your death, including appointing a guardian for any children under eighteen years of age. There is no better way to ensure your estate is dealt with in accordance with your wishes, or to spare your loved ones additional expense and hassle, than ensuring you have a valid Will in place. 
  • Enduring Power of Attorney – An attorney is someone you trust to handle your financial affairs. You can nominate when their power comes into effect, typically once you have lost the capacity to make these decisions for yourself, or when handling your finances becomes too onerous or impractical of a task. You can also create a Power of Attorney document for specific periods of time or specific purposes, for instance if you are going overseas and wish someone to sign specific documents on your behalf in your absence. It is important for people of all ages to have an Enduring Power of Attorney in place as without one, your loved ones will not be able to handle financial affairs on your behalf automatically, even if you are legally married.
  • Appointment of Enduring Guardian – An enduring guardian is someone you trust to make health and lifestyle decisions on your behalf once you no longer have the capacity to make these decisions yourself. Similar to the Enduring Power of Attorney document, without an Enduring Guardian document in place your loved ones will face more obstacles when the time comes for these decisions to be made on your behalf.
  • Advanced Care Directive – This can be included in your Appointment of Enduring Guardian or as a separate document entirely, depending on your wishes. This directive provides your instructions as to specific medical treatments and interventions, most typically regarding life support.
  • Deceased Estate Services - This includes services such as probate and letters of administration. We understand that the death of a loved one is a trying time and navigating the estates process is an unnecessary additional stress. We can remove the stress from the estate process by providing guidance and advice every step of the way and ensure matters are dealt with in a timely and cost-efficient manner.

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