See us first when you are thinking about making a will or need advice in relation to administering an estate
We can work with you whether you want to make a will for the first time or review or update an existing will. One of the most important ways to protect your assets is to have an up-to-date and effective will. Your will should be reviewed every five years, or when your marital status changes (i.e. if you marry, separate or divorce, enter into a new relationship, or are widowed), you have children, you inherit assets, or your personal circumstances change significantly in some other way.
When a close relative dies it can be a burden sorting out the paperwork to transfer or dispose of their personal assets in accordance with their will. We can work with you to ensure that all matters are dealt with in a timely, professional manner.
We can help you with:
- Preparation of your Will
- Will Disputes
- Dying without a Will
- Letters of Administration
- Duties of Executors and Administrators
- Family Protection Act Reviews and Claims
- Testamentary Promises Act Reviews and Claims
- Gifts by Will