2019 Free Seniors Week Forums

The Public Trustee and Guardian will present two free forums during Seniors Week on the importance of having a valid and up-to-date Will and Enduring Power of Attorney.

Bookings essential: Call 6207 9800

  • Lucky door prizes
  • Free PTG Will voucher for all attendees
  • Light refreshments provided

Day

Date and time

Location

Monday

18 March 2019
Time: 6pm-8pm

Southern Cross Club Tuggeranong
Pitman St & Holwell Street, Greenway ACT

Wednesday

20 March 2019
Time: 9.30am-12pm

Gungahlin Lakes Golf and Community Club
110 Gundaroo Dr, Nicholls ACT


Announcement

7 December 2018

Information for civil union couples who have married

Married couples who were previously in registered civil unions under the Civil Unions Act 2012 should be aware that entering a marriage could have invalidated legal documents that reference your civil union. For example, a will or enduring power of attorney that contemplates entry into, or references, your civil union.

Civil union couples who have married, or are considering doing so, should seek independent legal advice to confirm all relevant legal documents reflect their new legal relationship.

The Public Trustee and Guardian has committed to waiving the fee for updating a will or enduring power of attorney that is or may be invalidated as a consequence of a civil union couple entering a marriage.

Access Canberra has also committed to waiving the fee for the first marriage certificate for any civil union couple who marry. 


Announcement

18 September 2018

AGAC Conference - March 2019

Save the date!

The 2019 AGAC Conference will be held from 14-15 March 2019 at the Hyatt Hotel Canberra.

The theme of the 2019 Conference is "Upholding rights, preventing abuse and promoting autonomy" and we expect to welcome more than 250 attendees, including practitioners in the health, guardianship, elder abuse and social services sectors, policy-makers, lawyers and academics.

Visit the Conference website


Announcement

June 2018

The Public Trustee and Guardian (PTG) was established on 1 April 2016, bringing together the former Public Trustee and Public Guardian functions into one agency.

We have listened to our customers, our stakeholders and our staff. We are responding to several independent audits of our functions and services. Our current and ongoing focus is to build public confidence and trust in the Public Trustee and Guardian brand, its services and products.

Our Business Transformation Project is our response to those challenges and aims to ensure that every Canberran knows about us, receives value, trusts us, and is happy with their outcomes.

We have committed to increased accountability and transparency around performance and service delivery in the best interests of our clients.

We are proud of the feedback we are now receiving from our customers and look forward to working hard to build a better, more responsive and accountable Public Trustee and Guardian.

Andrew Taylor

PUBLIC TRUSTEE AND GUARDIAN