Wills & estate planning

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Last Will & TestamentPlanning for the wellbeing of your family and ensuring assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes.

What is a Will?

A Will sets out a person’s wishes as to who should receive their property and assets after that person’s death.

It is probably one of the most important documents a person should have. In the absence of a Will, a person’s property is distributed in accordance with an Act of Parliament and may not therefore reflect that person’s wishes or intentions hence the importance of having a valid Will.
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Estate planning ensures your family's future wellbeing is planned for.We ensure the clean transfer of property after the death of a client.

What is Estate Planning?

Estate planning is the process of a lawyer sitting down with a client who wishes to plan carefully for the future financial wellbeing of his or her family.

The client quite often will involve their accountant or financial planner in recommendations as to what would be best for the particular client.

Estate planning is particularly apt in situations of blended families where care must be taken to recognise claims that may be directed toward the client or the client’s estate after the death of the client. Tax considerations play a prominent part and testamentary trusts are a particular favourite of accountants and financial planners and usually included in the client’s Will.
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Our Wills & Estate Planning services

Testamentary Trusts
Powers of Attorney
Advance Care Directives
Estate planning
Binding Financial Agreements

Frequently asked questions

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Why have a solicitor prepare my will?
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What is a Power of Attorney?
What is an Enduring Power of Attorney?
What is an Advance Care Directive?
What are Binding Financial Agreements?

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