You worked hard for what you have. When you die, who will keep your assets and who will look after you family?
A Will is a legal document that directs how you want your property distributed after your death. Your assets can be left to anyone you desire, and not specifically for family members, friends and charities.
Making a Will ensures that your assets are distributed in accordance with your wishes and that your loved ones are looked after by you after you have passed away.
Don’t die without making a Will. If you do, then only the people identified by the rules of intestacy will benefit. The application is more complicated, and the closest people to you will have an added burden to deal with at the time of your death.
Don’t leave it to third parties to decide on your intentions. Write a Will today.
Areas of Practice
The lawyers at Sterling Legal will run through potential scenarios and considerations as well as simultaneously provide you with practical advice and guidance on:
- how the Will should be structured and validly written
- how to protect your estate from Family Provisions claims
- how you can exclude people that could potentially contest your desires
- the type and quality of persons that should be appointed as executors, trustees and/or guardians
- how to provide for your children's offspring's
- business and succession planning
- discretionary trusts (to accompany your will)
- enduring powers of attorney
- much more
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The lawyers at Sterling Legal are veteran practitioners and have the skills and experience to sensitively and successful handle your wills and estates issues.
For more specific information, talk to the lawyers at the community law office on 96497007.