News 28 July 2021

Drive-through signing of Wills & Powers of Attorney

We have taken a fresh approach to meet strong demand and ensure clients can continue to access legal services safely and with ease during these challenging times, with the introduction of drive-through signing of wills and powers of attorney.

Leveraging the existing, innovative online platforms Coulter Legal currently offers, including a strong partnership with Settify and online meeting platforms such as Zoom and Skype, clients will be able to complete the required information and review their Wills and Powers of Attorney through an online meeting, before attending (by appointment only) the signing and witnessing of their documents from the safety of their car.

Whilst this seems an unconventional method, the significant increase in demand for Wills and Powers of Attorney during this time demands an innovative response from law firms, and Coulter Legal is responding to this demand.

With respect for social distancing and ensuring both staff and clients are safely interacting, Coulter Legal will use the reduced traffic and unique structure of the office at 235 Ryrie Street to offer the drive-through signing option.

Special Counsel at Coulter Legal, Stefan Manche said “We are proud to be offering this unique solution to our clients, which allows us to continue to offer our end-to-end estate planning services, whilst keeping the safety of our clients and our people as our top priority. Alongside our online signing process, the addition of this service ensures that convenient, safe and efficient document signing is accessible to all our clients.”

Coulter Legal have several options for the signing of documents already in place, and this option will add more choice for our clients. The drive-through signing option will be available by appointment only.

Online Wills and Powers of Attorney preparation tool

Depending on your situation, a simple Will may be all you need to ensure your loved ones are provided for and your legacy preserved.

Using our online tool will help determine whether or not a simple Will is right for you.

Factors that may require more complex Estate Planning include self-managed super funds, business interests, trusts and blended families.

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