Members of our Cancer Wellness Program received many useful insights into Wills and Estate Planning as part of a presentation by Thynne + Macartney’s Wills + Estates team, Ashleigh Poole, Catherine Piccolo and Vicky Martin.
Thynne + Macartney partner, Ashleigh Poole led the discussion about crucial decisions that can be made now to help loved ones in the future.
With over 50 years of Wills and Estates experience, the T+M Wills + Estates team encourage anyone over the age of 18 to have a Will, because life can be unpredictable for us all.
The Cancer Wellness Program members had the opportunity to hear about:
– Enduring Power of Attorney
– Advanced Health Directives
– Estate Planning.
A partnership that empowers
Thynne + Macartney is one of Queensland’s leading law firms. Partnering with GMRF since 2016, Thynne + Macartney has donated $150,000 for the Innovation Grants program, empowering staff at Greenslopes Private Hospital to use their first-hand experience to educate staff and improve clinical outcomes for patients.
Learn more about how Thynne + Macartney can support your future planning:
• Thinking about starting or updating your Will? Download their estate planning e-book covering topics relevant to estate planning
• To find out more about Thynne + Macartney’s Wills + Estates services, watch their video series focusing on Wills + Estate requirements at all ages
• Contact Thynne + Macartney today to enquire about your Will or estate planning
About GMRF Corporate Partnerships
Corporate partnerships are deeply valued here at GMRF. We recognise corporate partners can help us to achieve our financial goals, but also help us to connect with communities with similar beliefs and values.
Find out how to get involved.
About the Cancer Wellness Program
Every year, nearly 10,000 people undergo cancer treatment at Greenslopes Private Hospital, receiving world-class medical treatment from a team of caring professionals. But even with the right treatment, cancer can take an enormous toll.
The Cancer Wellness Program is here to support those navigating this difficult journey.
Pictured left to right: Ranee Saffioti, Ashleigh Poole, Catherine Piccolo and Vicky Martin