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At MCG Legal, we take the time to discuss and advise you when it comes to such an important decision as preparing your Will and Power of Attorney. If you have not made a legal Will then following your passing can be a very stressful time for your loved ones as they go through Court to administer your Estate. There are many aspects to any Will and it is important you allow us time to thoroughly discuss these with you. Our lawyers are able to assess the relevant issues and give you practical advice about the options available to you.
MCG Legal have the experience to sort through the legal issues of obtaining probate and administering estates. Whether you are the Executor of the Will, one of the beneficiaries or feel you should be, our Estate Lawyers can offer support and expert legal advice to see you through this time.
Dying without a Will can leave your estate in limbo and create more emotional stress for your loved ones to deal with following your death. These circumstances can be voided by leaving a legally valid and up to date Will.
The Estate Planning Team at MCG Legal can assist you in ensuring your estate will be distributed in accordance with your wishes. MCG Legal are able to help you through the planning process by taking the time to discuss your options. A well structured plan can give you peace of mind that your loved ones will be provided for as you intended. When planning your estate, we are able to work with your Accountant, Financial Planner and insurance advisor to provide you with a plan which covers all areas.
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Administering the Estate of a loved one who has just passed can be an emotional process. Our lawyers are experienced in all aspects of Estate administration and can ease the stress involved with finalising your loved one’s affairs.
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Wills and Powers of Attorney
At MCG Legal we take the time to discuss and advise you when it comes to such an important decision as preparing your Will and Power of Attorney. If you have not made a legal Will, the time of your passing can cause a great deal of stress for your loved ones as they go through court to administer your Estate. There are many aspects to any Will and it's important you allow us time to thoroughly discuss these with you.
Read more about Powers of Attorney and Wills.
If you feel the Will of a deceased estate does not fairly provide for yourself and the family circumstances of the deceased you can make a claim to contest the Will. This is called a 'family provision claim' and is sought to rectify Wills whereby the Will maker had a moral obligation towards a party whose entitlement is not enough for their maintenance and support.
Our Wills and Estate lawyers are experienced in the complicated process of contesting a Will and can represent you with compassion and professionalism.
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- The difference between a Will and Estate Planning
- What happens when you die without a Will
- Estate administration FAQs
Please do not hesitate to contact us regarding your Will, Power of Attorney or the administration of a loved one’s estate.