Wills (Estate Planning) & Deceased Estates

We all want to feel assured that we have done right in life and attended to our affairs properly for those who survive us. We don't want to burden our loved ones with the task of attending to the financial matters we leave behind, especially in their time of grief.

Lawley Legal can assist you with

  • Advice for your estate planning and preparation of your Will (including testatmentary trusts);
  • If a loved one dies, what to do with his/her Will and how to go about ensuring the deceased's intentions are fulfilled (applying for Probate and real estate transfers)
  • If a loved one dies and he/she did not leave a Will (intestate estate)what to do next (Letters of Administration) and distribution of the estate according to law.
  • Inheritance claims - if you or someone else feels they have not been adequately provided for in a Will (or under the law if there was no Will);
  • Probate litigation
  • Challenging the Will; and
  • Powers of Attorney - temporary and enduring, including enduring quardian and Advanced Health Directives;