Dulwich, South Australia – Genders and Partners is a boutique specialist law firm focusing on estate planning and elder law to help clients protect themselves, their family and their assets. Founded in 1848, they are celebrating their 175th anniversary in 2023 by launching a new integrated suite of estate planning products and services as an add-on to their EstatePlanner Essential Protection Plans.
Safeguarding one’s family legacy and putting their affairs in order
When building a family, business, career, or a prosperous future, people need to plan ahead and to make the right decisions for themselves and their loved ones. Genders and Partners help individuals plan for every stage of life’s journey in convenient, courteous, and effective ways.
An important modern consideration in putting one’s affairs in order, is to know what happens to their online accounts when they become incapacitated or die. It is critical that they understand who will be able to access or control their digital assets and all their personal information.
Unless one puts steps in place to preserve their digital assets, they risk losing all they have built.
Genders and Partners announce the launch of an integrated Digital Assets Protection Pack as an add-on to their Gold EstatePlanner Essential Protection Plans.
This innovative legal evolution is the simplest and most effective way an individual can protect their digital assets and ensure their digital identity is handled in accordance with their wishes after they die or lose capacity.
Unique to Genders and Partners, the Digital Assets Protection Pack provides the key components needed to successfully manage one’s digital assets during their lifetime and beyond.
Normally valued at $495.00, for a strictly limited time and ONLY for clients of Genders and Partners, their Digital Assets Protection Pack is FREE* with the purchase of a Gold Estate Plan (personal or couple).
Still family-owned after 3 generations, Genders and Partners take care of generations of Australian families by offering Wills, Estate Planning and Probate throughout South Australia.
Clients of this highly-respected law firm gain peace of mind and receive prompt and expert advice to help them care for their families.
Genders and Partners use modern integrated estate planning solutions customised to a family’s unique circumstances. They listen and understand clients’ needs to give friendly and sensible advice for wealth management.
Many people mistakenly believe that having a simple legal Will covers all their needs when it’s only one piece of the legal protection puzzle. Genders and Partners put clients’ affairs in order and educates them on how to protect their families and assets with modern integrated estate planning methods. One can safeguard their health, family and assets – including their online files, data and accounts – for when unexpected events arise.
The Will-making process is a highly specialised task with potentially complex legal, financial, and tax implications. For this reason, Genders and Partners take time to understand a client’s circumstances, needs and wishes before creating an appropriate strategy, with well-drafted estate planning documents such as a Will, trust, advance care directive, enduring power of attorney, and other delegations and directions.
Clients of Genders and Partners receive access to free e-books, newsletters, and blog articles to learn more about estate planning. Their approach and commitment to excellent customer service have earned the law firm nearly 100 5-star reviews and many positive testimonials. They’ve also earned prestigious awards and appeared in the media to empower and educate individuals to protect themselves, their family and their assets.
Call (08) 8212 7233 or Genders and Partners to book a free no-obligation telephone consultation. Genders and Partners is located at Level 3, 169 Fullarton Road, Dulwich, SA, 5065.
Genders and Partners
(08) 8212 7233
Suite V1, Level 3, 169 Fullarton Road
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