Wills & Estates


Wills and estate lawyers

it is important for all adults to have a will setting out exactly what they propose should occur with their property after their death. Just as important is consulting with specialist estate lawyers with demonstrated experience in preparing wills. A will which is not prepared by will lawyers can result in lengthy and complicated Court proceedings.

While the preparation of a will is a relatively straightforward process for an estate lawyer, the specialised nature of the area means a non-specialist could cause unintended problems in the distribution of your estate.

As part of our wills and estates law practice we also prepare powers of attorney together with enduring guardianships which assist in the management of decision making during your life, extending to medical issues.

Tiyce & Lawyers can prepare and advise on all documents to assist you and your family to navigate the most difficult of times and ensure your and their interests are protected.

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