Our Estate Planning and Estate Administration team has extensive experience and commercial acumen in assisting our clients with respect to planning and management of their assets and wealth.
We take the time to understand your objectives and circumstances and tailor a solution for your needs. It is worth planning strategies and structures to protect and plan the management of your assets, both during your life and after your death.
Our team can assist you with:
advice on business and family succession structures,
preparation of simple and complex Wills and trust arrangements,
estate planning advice and structures,
management of family disputes and contested Wills,
Powers of Attorney and other structures to assist flexibility with your personal and business affairs,
estate administration, Probate and Letters of Administration, and
Our Wills, Estate Planning & Deceased Estates Services
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Initial fixed cost consultations, so you know where you stand before committing to a course of action.
Personal, tailored service that accommodates your needs and what value you will get from our service, instead of one-size-fits-all approach.
Decades of experience and a wide range of service areas means we can draw on knowledge from across our firm to inform your decisions.
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