Wills and ProbateMake an appointment now. It’s your Will. Your way.
Do you have a Will?
Make sure your will is legally set up just the way you want so probate won’t be a problem.
Do you have a Will? Or are you like many people who just put off making their Will until one day it’s too late.
Think about it. Would you want your dependents missing out on their inheritance because you didn’t make a Will?
We know the grief people feel when they lose a loved one. But when that’s exacerbated by your loved one not having a Will, the stress caused can be daunting.
We’re experts at Wills. We ask the questions that need to be asked to ensure your wishes are followed to the letter. We have the legal expertise to ensure your nominated beneficiaries will inherit what you want them to have.
So make an appointment now. It’s your Will. Your way.
We can advise on all aspects, and also apply for probate of the Will in the Supreme Court.
When a loved one passes, there are many requirements concerning their Will.
These include informing government bodies, such as Centrelink and Veterans Affairs, advising executors and trustees of their duties and rights, collecting estate financial assets, such as superannuation, shares, loans and bank account funds, and applying for probate of the Will in the Supreme Court.
At a time when grief takes precedence over all the intricacies of managing the Will, we can be the calm legal voice that helps you through this emotionally tough time and keeps you on track with your obligations.
“You are wonderful Jenny, thank you so much for giving me a hand and supporting me with your practical advice and invaluable guidance on the set up of my business”
P Garcia OAM Managing Director of 5P Praxis