We can advise and assist you in preparing a will so that your wishes regarding the custody of your children are known and your chosen beneficiaries are protected. We will ensure that your will is not invalidated due to technical legal reasons, and we can create trust provisions to protect the inheritance of beneficiaries who are minor children.
In addition, if you have been named the executor or the administrator of an estate, we can help guide you through the process of fulfilling your obligations. For example, even if you have already been named as executor in a will, you will still need a court order appointing you as the executor before you can sell or distribute the assets of the estate. We can help with this and much more.
You can choose a person now to manage your affairs in the event that you become unable to do so in future. The person you choose as your attorney has authority to deal with your property and pay your expenses in the event of your subsequent legal incapacity. Avoid the delays, expense and inconvenience of having the Public Trustee appointed to manage your property.