Wills & Estates
Peace of mind for you and your family
Our Wills & Estate Planning Lawyers assist with the planning and management of your assets to ensure that you and your family can cope with future risks, especially death & disability. We can also help you to protect your financial assets in the event of future claims arising from bankruptcy, family law claims and more.
In the event of death, we help to ensure that your estate is distributed as you intend through carefully thought out estate planning. Working together to establish your financial strategy with an estate plan will give you peace of mind.
Our wills & estate planning team is highly experienced in the Will planning & preparation area. We are able to ensure that all vital requirements are fulfilled, and advise you on factors to consider, ensuring that upon your death, your estate is distributed in accordance with your wishes.
Our Wills & Estate Planning Lawyers are involved in more than just putting a will in place. They are about securing your assets in the most tax effective way, to benefit and provide for those you care about, in the event of your incapacity or death, or even arising from bankruptcy or legal prosecution.
When a will is drawn up, it should nominate an executor who will assume responsibility for distributing the estate in accordance with the terms of the will. Contact one of our Estate Planning Team for expert advice that will help streamline and simplify the administration of your probate responsibilities.
A variety of trusts are available that serve different purposes, including the minimisation of tax and protection of assets. Clinch Long Woodbridge is experienced in advising on and establishing all types of trusts. These include family, unit, superannuation and testamentary discretionary trusts as an example.
Frequently Asked Questions
Why Clinch Long Woodbridge Lawyers?
We take the time to learn about your specific and unique circumstances as part of an initial fixed cost consultation. We will then provide you with a report as to our initial thoughts and recommendations on your estate planning. We would prefer to do more listening than talking at this initial consultation to fully understand your position and goals.
What if I die without a Will?
Your estate will be managed and disposed of according to succession law in force from time to time. Aside from the stress and uncertainty this may place on family, there is a risk that your assumed inheritance plan may not occur. Having a professionally drafted Will means that your chosen Executor can implement your specific intentions and plans.
What can Clinch Long Woodbridge Lawyers help me with in this area?
We can assist you with all aspects of Estate Planning, Probate and Litigation. From estate and business succession planning, to advising your executors on your death, our firm will work closely with you and your family. If you are an Executor defending a Will or you have been left out of a Will, we can advise and act for you covering all aspects of your legal rights and obligations.
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