Call us for a free consultation:

(08) 9200 1833

We hold more than 20,000 Wills in our safe custody, making us one of the largest Will banks in Western Australia.

What to expect?

Initial meeting

During the meeting one of our Estate Planning Solicitors will take a look at your family setup, your assets, and discuss your wishes.

Preparing documents

Within 24hrs from taking your instructions, we will send you your new documents to check or to suggest any changes.

Signing & witnessing

Once the documents are finalised, you can either sign the documents at our office (we'll provide the witnesses) or at your home.

Free document storage

We will provide you with copies of all your documents, and store the originals for you free of charge.

Checking death notices

We check the death notices against our client list on a daily basis and will contact your Executor in the event of your death.

After your death

We will invite your Executor for a meeting at no cost, during which we will discuss Probate and the deceased estate administration process.

We prepare simple and complex Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Enduring Powers of Guardianship and Advance Health Directives, all tailored to your specific needs.

About us

Fort Knox Legal is conveniently situated in West Perth and offers an extensive range of legal services in the following areas:

* Estate Planning;

* Probate;

* Deceased Estate Administration;

* Taxation;

* Superannuation;

* Property;

* Employment; and

* Commercial.

Depending on your situation, you might need a:

Simple Will (leaving your assets outright to your beneficiaries);

More complex Will or a Testamentary Trust Will (for people with a family business, family trusts or blended family situations); or

Will in contemplation of a marriage/divorce (ensuring your Will remains valid after you get married/divorced)


Call us to arrange for a free appointment to discuss which of the above will be perfect for your specific needs.

With an Enduring Powers of Attorney you appoint someone (called your Attorney) to make your financial decisions on your behalf when you are incapable of doing so due to an injury or illness.

• appoint 1 or 2 persons as your Attorney;

• you decide whether they should act jointly or severally;

• make the power immediately effective or only after you have lost your legal capacity; and

• appoint up to 2 alternative Attorneys.

An Enduring Powers of Guardianship is a legal document that authorises a person of your choice, to make important personal decisions on your behalf should you ever lose the ability to make these decisions yourself. Your guardian could be authorised to make decisions about things such as where you live, what education and training you receive and who you associate with.

• appoint 1 or 2 persons as your Guardian;

• you decide whether they should act jointly or severally; and

• appoint up to 2 alternative Guardians.

An Advance Health Directive allows you to plan what medical treatment or health care you would like in the event that you cannot make decisions for yourself. You might feel strongly about whether or not you want to receive life-sustaining measures to prolong your life, or decide to specify that you would like life-sustaining measures withheld or withdrawn in certain situations, such as if you were to have:

• a terminal illness for which there is no known cure nor chance of you recovering;

• severe and irreversible brain damage so that you are unable to communicate; and

• an illness or injury so severe that there is no reasonable prospect that you will recover.

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