Wills & Estates

Making a Will is one of the most important things you can do for yourself and your loved ones. Not having a will means additional stress on your family and extra costs at a very difficult time. By making a Will or an Enduring Power of Attorney (if you lose the capacity to make decisions) you can put plans in place if something happens to you or someone you love. Clients are often surprised to learn that some of their assets may not be dealt with in their will, and other steps are necessary to implement an estate plan.  Our team can assist you with:
    • Advising on and preparing wills and enduring powers of attorney;
    • What you should do if a family member has passed without making a will;
    • Preparing probate applications and estate administration;
    • Challenging an unfair or suspicious will to ensure that their interests are preserved;
    • Advising trustees and beneficiaries of their rights under a will;
    • Advising on age care agreements;
    • Advising on major life events or changes and how these may impact your will;
    • Making suitable care arrangements for your pets.