Estate Planning and Litigation


A will is the most important document you may ever sign because it gives your assets to the beneficiaries you choose.

In the past, most people owned all their assets personally. That is now not the case. For instance, superannuation accounts are not personally owned nor are interests in a family trust these are matters which must be considered in estate planning.

We can help with:

  • Simple wills;
  • Complex wills
  • Wills for blended families;
  • Tax effective wills;
  • Testamentary trust wills

Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. We can help with:

  • Enduring power of attorney;
  • Enduring guardianship;
  • Binding death benefit nomination (for superannuation).