Wills and Estates

Everyone should have a will, especially if you:
  • Have young children;
  • Have been divorced/separated or are part of a blended family;
  • Run your own business or;
  • Have a family trust or self-managed super fund
If you don’t have a will other people will get to make decisions about the distribution of your assets in the event of your death which might not be in accordance with your wishes. It also increases the chance of there being a dispute about who gets your assets.

We provide expert advice on testamentary planning to ensure your loved ones are looked after the way you decide. We can also assist the administering or contesting deceased estates.