Many people prolong making a Will for as long as possible, but it is potentially the most important document you will ever sign. It is crucial that your Will is drafted correctly and you receive appropriate advice on Inheritance if you want to protect your loved ones upon your life time and ensure they benefit from your assets.
We ensure that your estate will be administered in accordance with your wishes. Failing to make a Will could result in your assets passing to strangers and lead to unwanted litigation and for the loved ones.
Whether your intentions are simple, such as leaving your entire estate to your spouse or partner, or more complex, involving trusts for young children, we will use our knowledge and experience to advise you of your options and ensure your Will is drafted clearly, correctly and efficiently.
We offer legal advice to our clients across all aspects of Wills, Probate, Power of Attorney, Trusts, Inheritance and Estate Planning.
Our client-focused approach is built on getting to know our clients, their needs and their business interests. By understanding our clients’ individual requirements, we are able to look after their interests to ensure we provide the best possible legal advice, every time.
We advise our clients on matters including
- Will Drafting
- Probate & Estate Administration
- Estate Planning
- Power of Attorney
- Appointment of Guardians
- Wills for high net worth and high profile individuals
- Wills in complex family circumstances
- Creation of Family Trust
We offer a broad range of expertise to meet individual clients' needs, no matter how complex. We work closely with our Property and Family Law Advocates.
We can advise you on considerations for the preparation of your Will, including
- Choosing who inherits your assets
- Designating items you want specific people to receive
- Choosing Legal Guardians for young children
- Choosing Executors
- Setting up Trusts for children or grandchildren
- Making Charitable Donations
- Avoiding family disputes
- Retaining your Will safely and keeping it available for review
Once you have made your Will, we also advise reviewing it on a regular basis to take account of any changes in the law, or your financial or family circumstances