Deceased Estates and Wills

Preparing and updating wills

What matters need to be addressed in my will?

Everyone’s will is different.  There are a myriad of issues that need to be considered when drafting a will – distribution of your assets, payment of your debts, the tax consequences of your estate plan, effectively dealing with assets held in trusts or companies,  preservation of your property for your children, your wishes to be buried or cremated to name just a few.  READ MORE…

Preparing and updating enduring powers of attorney and advanced health directives

What is an enduring power of attorney?

An enduring power of attorney is a document that appoints another person to act on your behalf in circumstances where you are unable to.  READ MORE…

Administering estates including obtaining probate and letters of administration

What is Probate?

Probate is the formal seal of a will be the Supreme Court.  It provides the executors of the estate with certainty regarding the administration of the estate.  READ MORE…

Challenging will – claims against estates

Who has an entitlement to an estate claim?

Anyone who is a spouse, child or dependent upon a deceased may have a right to make a claim against an estate. The definition of spouse includes de facto spouses and the definition of child includes stepchildren.  READ MORE…

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