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.
Property for Sale
We sell a large amount of properties per year at public auction and through private sale. View the properties here.
How to Choose and Appoint a Guardian for Minor Children
The birth of a child is an exciting time! A new chapter of your life begins when a baby is born. It’s also a time that you may ponder the fragility of life and the impact that unexpected circumstances may have on your loved ones.
Why Safe Storage of Your Will is an Absolute Must
To protect your final wishes when you pass, and to prevent unnecessary stress for your chosen executor, storing your will safely – and somewhere it can be easily found – is vital.
World Elder Abuse Awareness Day- 15 June 2016
State Trustees recently commissioned a piece of market research to investigate family legacy and elder abuse among Victorians – the research examined attitudes and behaviours relating to wills, power of attorney and executorships, as well as some of the contributors to under-reported problems, particularly around family legacy and financial elder abuse.