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What documents do I need for the future?
Five legal documents that help you protect your health, welfare, financial and legal interests.

Wills and estate planning 
A fact sheet describing the concepts of wills and probates and how these can affect the LGBTQI+ community. 

What is a power of attorney 
What appointing a legal authority to look after your financial affairs on your behalf would include and what you should consider before appointing them. 

After someone dies  
A guide to help you with some of the legal processes after someone has died.

Wills, Enduring Power of Attorney & Enduring Guardianship
These documents make sure that your wishes are carried out. While you are still alive, it means you can make sure your lifestyle and finances are looked after. After you pass away, it means your property goes to who you want it to go to. It is never too early to start making these documents.