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Estate Planning & Deceased Estates

Don’t be one of the 60 per cent of Australians who do not have a valid Last Will and Testament. The team at Lynn & Brown Lawyers can help you to prepare a Will so that in the event of your death, your estate will go to the people you want to provide for.

Your Last Will and Testament is an important document. It contains your instructions as to what is to happen with all of your property including real estate and personal property (collectively called your “estate”) once you pass away. It is also your opportunity to express your wishes on matters that may affect your family should you pass away. The preparation of a Will requires the consideration of several key issues.

For example:

  • Who do you need to provide for?
  • How will your estate be divided?
  • Who would you like to be responsible for your children?

Another important consideration is who you appoint as the executor of your Will. An executor is the person who will be responsible for carrying out the instructions you have put in your Will. Your executor is also responsible for ensuring that any debts owed by you are paid once you pass away.

How We Can Help You

  • If you need a Will, or to review a current Will, we will work with you to ensure your assets will be left to who you intend
  • We can help you understand your obligations if you find yourself managing a deceased estate
  • We can help to prepare an Enduring Power of Attorney, or an Enduring Power of Guardianship or an Advanced Health Directive
  • We can provide advice on how to create a succession plan for your business

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    In Australia surveys show that about 60% of adults do not have a valid Will in place. If you do not have a valid, or up to date Will, you or family may experience the following difficulties: Your property may not go to the people you want it to go

    Contact us today for an appointment with one of our lawyers. They will be pleased to assist you to create a Will suited to your circumstances.

    Some of the key reasons for preparing a Will are: To ensure that your estate goes to the people that you want and need to provide for. To avoid your estate going to people that you may not want it to go to. To minimise the risk of having a

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