A legacy of good business
Wills and estate planning business owners | Australia
Mind your business
Whether you’re an owner, director, investor, or entrepreneur, it’s important to consider what happens to your business if you die or become incapacitated.
Without a solid plan, your employees, clients, and investors can be left in the lurch—which can become a huge headache for the people you leave behind.
But with proper legal advice, you can plan for continuity, avoid potential legal battles, and protect your team for the future.
Fixed-fee Wills and estate planning for business owners who want to take action so they can stop stressing and secure their legacy.
The Business Plan
Your comprehensive estate plan includes:
- A valid Will, including special wishes, plans, or final arrangements
- Corporate Power of Attorney
- Legal nomination of a person to act on your behalf on business matters
- Enduring Power of Attorney
- Legal nomination of a person or organisation to make financial decisions on your behalf
- Enduring Power of Guardianship
- Legal nomination of a person to make medical, personal, or lifestyle decisions for you if you can’t do it for yourself
- Superannuation Binding Death Benefit Nomination
- Instructions for how your superannuation should be distributed
- Full review of business documents
- Including Trusts, Constitutions, Self-managed Superannuation Funds, and financials)
- Business Succession Agreement
- A plan that outlines who will take over your business if you die or become incapacitated
- Letter of Wishes to Executor
No fee surprises—ever
The Business Plan – for one $3,080*
The Business Plan – for two $3.850*
Optional extra: Testamentary Trusts ($880 individual | $1,210 couple)*
*Prices include GST. Payment plans available.
With flexible hours and virtual consulting, peace of mind is (quite literally) at your fingertips
Now you can access a legal expert and score a full suite of rock-solid estate documents without leaving the house (even if your house is off the beaten track).
Not only that, this online law firm’s got stacks of benefits:
Without the usual invoice-padding back and forth of a traditional law firm, you’ll come to a positive resolution in less time.
An easy online system puts you in charge — provide information on your terms and meet with your lawyer on your schedule.
Clear, value-based and fixed-fee packages mean you’ll know my fees up front.
Expert advice. Pragmatic support. Wherever you are.
Fixed-fee services mean you’ll get the support you need to get the job done—without watching the clock. As a member of the Australian Association of Collaborative Professionals, it’s my mission to support growth, longevity, and positive outcomes for rural, regional, and remote families.
Collaborative Practice in estate planning identifies potential conflicts and works to address them before someone dies. No matter how complicated your situation, I’m here to help with judgement-free support and a network of collaborative professionals who have the same goals you do.
I’m Claudia Maw
Since 2011, I’ve specialised in areas of law that affect rural, regional, and remote communities. I have a unique mix of pragmatism, compassion, broad knowledge, and experience.
As the first regional lawyer member of Collaborative Professionals WA in the Wills and Estates space, my practice, Demeter Legal, is an online law practice built on communication and collegiality. Creating a relationship with your family based on trust and empathy is my first priority. And I follow that up with great results.
With intricate knowledge of succession planning, deceased estates, commercial and property law, I’m a trusted advisor for businesses and families across Western Australia.
Protecting your legacy is good for business
Stop worrying about the details. Stop stressing about how you’ll make the time. Protect your loved ones and secure your legacy—then get back to business as usual.