Wills & Estates
The NSW Trustee & Guardian revealed that more than 45% of Australians do not have a Will.
By obtaining legal advice on estate planning and making a Will, you can ensure that you’re not leaving things to chance and that your loved ones are provided for when you pass away.
By planning ahead, you can free your loved ones from the financial stress of planning a funeral or from making long-term decisions on what to do with your property. It’s already an emotional time, so by making decisions on what should be done with your estate, you can simplify the process for your loved ones and reduce the added pressure during a time of distress and bereavement.
More than just planning for your passing
Estate planning doesn’t just deal with the distribution of your assets upon your passing, it also involves determining the plans and measures to be implemented in the event that you lose the ability to make sound decisions.
If you’ve been involved in an accident or are simply overseas when financial decisions need to be made, simple documents such as an Enduring Power of Attorney allow a nominated person to assist with making these decisions.
Linton Pitt’s Approach
Our Wills and Estates lawyers advise on estate planning and ensure that our clients’ wishes are documented and handled promptly and with sensitivity. We guide you through the potential risks that you may be exposed to and we work with you to mitigate any future disputes that may arise.
Our Wills and Estates lawyers deal with a broad range of matters, including drafting and advising on:
- Simple Wills
- Testamentary Trust Wills
- Letters of Administration
- Powers of Attorney and Enduring Powers of Attorney
- Enduring Guardian
Get in touch now to discuss wills and estates.
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