Wills / Power of Attroney / Probate

  • It is prudent that you have a Will for your peace of mind that your property will go to those you nominate in your Will when you die.
  • An Enduring Power of Attorney will give authority to person/s nominated by you to look after your financial and (legal) affairs should you lose mental capacity, for example due to old age, dementia, Alzheimer’s disease etc) . It is important that you do this before you become unwell.
  • Likewise, an Enduring Guardianship will allow another person nominated by you to make decisions on your medical needs and lifestyle matters (eg caring arrangements) if you become incapable.
  • We undertake application for probate/letters of administration in the Supreme Court.