Being an executor means you are responsible for carrying out someone’s final wishes. While it is a responsibility some people accept, it can be a daunting time. State Trustees can help.
Who will you trust to make important decisions on your behalf when you are no longer able to?
Your will is a legal document that ensures you have a voice after you’re gone. It helps ensure your assets are protected and your final wishes are carried out.
We provide a range of specialised services to ensure our clients can get the best possible help when they need it most.
Personal Financial Administration
We provide personal and tailored support for people who can no longer manage their legal and financial affairs.
Trusts enable you to provide for the financial wellbeing of those you love. State Trustees provides a professional impartial option to act in their best interests.
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Interim Chair for State Trustees Announced
State Trustees has announced the interim appointment of Sue O’Connor as its Chair effective 1 July 2015 following the resignation of current Chair and Director Dino Georgiou.
Alzheimer’s Australia Vic and State Trustees launch a partnership
The partnership will focus on educating professionals from both organisations to work more effectively with older Victorians who have dementia.
Younger Australians need the Will to plan for their future
Most Australians under 50 do not have a Will and will not have a say on how their assets will be allocated, according to a national study by the University of Queensland.