Wills & Power of Attorney

Wills and estates law relates to your assets following your death and extends to other arrangements including the care of your children.

It is important that you have a valid will, particularly when:

  • You have separated from a partner or you are no longer married and you desire to leave your property to a new partner
  • Have a de facto partner that you want to provide for
  • Have children under 18 years of age that are dependent on you particularly when you wish to establish a trust to manage your assets
  • You wish to donate to a charity or organisation

Neil Kirby can assist you if you with drafting or updating your will. Whether your will is relatively simple or if you require a more complex will using a testamentary trust he can assist you to draft an appropriate document to ensure that your wishes are clear. Neil can also assist you with drafting Powers of Attorney, Enduring Guardian, probate and estate planning.

Edwards Kirby wills and estates service includes:

  • Making a Will
  • Contesting a will
  • Estate planning
  • Applying for a Grant of Probate
  • Family Provisions Act
  • Probate litigation generally
  • Lodging caveats
  • Powers of attorney
  • Appointment of enduring guardian
  • Testamentary trust

If you are looking to draft or update your will or contest a will, Edwards Kirby lawyers have the necessary knowledge and experience to ensure your matter is successful. For more information or to book a confidential and obligation free meeting, please contact us on (02) 8090 4600 or general@eklawyers.com.au