PTG proudly supports Will it Your Way and is an accredited Will maker in the ACT for Will it Your Way.
Will it Your Way is an initiative of Kay Catanzariti who lost her son Ben at age 21 years in a workplace incident in 2012.
The goal of Will it Your Way goal is for young people (when they sign up for an apprenticeship, go to University, start full time work or travel the world) to have a legally binding Will/Estate Plan.
About Will It Your Way
Will it Your Way (WIYW) is established and run by Kay Catanzariti and is a registered Charity with the ACNC under the subtype of: Advancing education. WIYW are also proud to be affiliated with the DonateLife Community Partner Program.
Kay’s drive for Will It Your Way is her son Ben who was tragically killed suddenly in 2012 at Kingston ACT Australia in a workplace incident at the age of 21. Her experiences have inspired her to make young Australian adults aware of the importance of making a legally binding Will/Estate Plan as soon as they turn 18 years of age.
An up-to-date will
A will is probably the last thing on your mind when you are young or busy raising a family, but what would happen to your children if you were to die? Who would care for them and how would they be supported financially?
A will can cover everything from how your savings and investments should be distributed to choosing a guardian for your children until they are independent.
Careful planning is even more important in an era of blended families, previous and de facto relationships and high divorce rates. In order to avoid unnecessary conflict when you die, it’s important to update your will to reflect changes in your circumstances such as the birth of a child, deaths, marriages or divorce.
Dying without a will is known as dying intestate and the court will decide how your estate and assets are to be distributed, often to a strict legal formula that may not reflect your wishes.