Wills & Estate Lawyers, Central Coast

Everyone should make a Will with an experienced Estate Planning Lawyer.  Even if you do not currently have any assets, you never know what the future holds.  Wills & Estate Lawyers are specially trained in Estate Planning and can help you to make sure that your estate ends up in the right hands when you die. 

A Last Will & Testament speaks into the future and so when you do die, you may well have property that can be passed onto those you leave behind.  It will make things much easier for your family and friends if you have a Will prepared by Lawyers for Estate Planning

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Welcome! If you need help deciding what products are best suited for your needs, simply reply to this message, we are online from 9am-9pm (Mon-Sat) and ready to help.When it comes to Will Lawyers on the Central Coast, our team have got you covered. We have been helping people of the Central Coast with all of their Estate Planning needs since 1981.

Will Lawyers Central Coast have a wealth of experience in Wills and Estates services including –

Whilst a lot of people feel uncomfortable about this area of Law and will put of making a Will or other Estate Planning documents, it is one of the most important things that a person can do to ensure that their Family is taken care of. Will Lawyers Central Coast will make sure that your Will is written, signed and witnessed correctly so as to reduce the chance of any challenge to your Will following your death. There are very specific rules in regard to how a Will is signed so it is very important to seek advice. We have seen many challenges to ‘home made Wills’ due to errors in the way they were prepared.

A Will is a document which sets out what you would like to happen with your assets after you are gone. This means that you say who you would like to receive your assets. This may be your spouse, either married or de facto or significant other, children, grandchildren and even charities. You can leave specific gifts in your Will such as shares, jewellery, motor vehicles or specific household items, that may have a special significance to a family member. You can also make arrangements for Trusts to be set up for any minor children and appoint a Guardian for minor children. Upon making an appointment to have your Will prepared, we will go through all of the information required to ensure that your Will reflects your wishes. Will Lawyers Central Coast can assist you by guiding you through every step of the process of writing a Will. Read more about making your Will the right way visit https://willlawyer.com.au/make-a-will/

Following a person’s death, Wills Lawyers Central Coast are compassionate and supportive in this time guiding you through the process of Applying to the Supreme Court of NSW for a formal Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration, calling in funds from bank accounts, notifying government departments, paying estate debts, distributing estate assets in accordance with the Will and organizing estate tax returns. We are with you every step of the way to reduce the stress at such a difficult time. For more information on how our Will Lawyers will assist you when needing to deal with a deceased estate visit https://willlawyer.com.au/applying-for-probate/ or https://willlawyer.com.au/letters-of-administration/

Will Lawyers Central Coast are also experts in the field of Challenging Wills. There are various reasons why someone might choose to challenge a Will. You may have been left out of a Will or believe that the share that you have been left under the Will is unfair to you. In which case it is important to seek Legal Advice early. Time limits apply in Challenging Will matters. People who might be able to challenge a Will might be a spouse, a former spouse, a child, a grandchildren or another dependent member of your household. There is always the onus on you to prove that you were dependent upon the deceased person. This is where Will Lawyers Central Coast come in. We are able to ask the right questions to gain the information needed to make an Family Provision Act Claim on your behalf. For all you need to know about Challenging a Will visit https://willlawyer.com.au/challenging-wills/

A Will is a document which sets out what you would like to happen with your assets after you are gone. This means that you say who you would like to receive your assets. This may be your spouse, either married or de facto or significant other, children, grandchildren and even charities. You can leave specific gifts in your Will such as shares, jewellery, motor vehicles or specific household items, that may have a special significance to a family member. You can also make arrangements for Trusts to be set up for any minor children and appoint a Guardian for minor children. Upon making an appointment to have your Will prepared, we will go through all of the information required to ensure that your Will reflects your wishes. Will Lawyers Central Coast can assist you by guiding you through every step of the process of writing a Will. Read more about making your Will the right way visit https://willlawyer.com.au/make-a-will/

We have over 40 years experience in all areas of Estate Planning, Estate Administration and Will Disputes. If you are looking for an Estate Lawyer on the Central Coast, call Geoff Brazel now on 4324 7699 for a free confidential chat on the phone.
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