Wills & Estate Planning Lawyers Sydney

If you are looking for a will, trust or estate planning lawyer in Sydney, you have come to the right place.

Wills Lawyers

We help you ensure that your wishes for your property, money and other assets are carried out in the event of your death

Estate Planning

Our wills & estate lawyers can assist in a process that involves establishing the directions for your assets, including financial, real estate, and personal property


A living trust is a written agreement that transfers assets from the creator of the trust to another person or entity.

Will & Estate Planning is the process of establishing a legal document (a “will”) that describes how you want your assets distributed after death. It can also include instructions for handling any debts or other financial matters in your life.

Our wills and estate planning lawyers offer services in wills, trusts and estate planning. We provide assistance with last will and testament, wills and estate planning and can help you with wills and testamentary trusts.

We understand that making a will is not an easy thing to do. It is important that you get the best legal advice from experienced lawyers who have been in the industry for many years so you can rest assured that your assets are protected when you die or if something happens to you before your time comes.

If you have children, you should consider drafting a will so that they get what they deserve. If you don’t have a will, then state law will dictate how your assets are divided.

Our wills and estate planning lawyers will give you an expert advice on how best to protect yourself and your family members in case anything happens to them later on down the road as well as what type of trust they should put into place so they can receive their inheritance without having any type of interference from anyone else who might want some money from them.

Wills and Estate Planning

Are you worried about what would happen to your family if something were to happen to you? Do you want to make sure that your family will be taken care of, even if something unexpected happens? Do you have a lot of assets that need to be distributed properly? If so, then wills and estate planning may be the solution for you.

Wills and estate planning is a crucial part of your financial future. A will is a legal document that allows you to decide what happens to your assets and property when you die, while an estate plan is a set of instructions for how your affairs should be handled after your death.

Our wills and estate planning lawyers have over 25+ years’ experience in wills and estate planning, and we’ve helped thousands of clients plan their futures by drafting their wills, trusts, powers of attorney, and other documents. We’ll help you create an estate plan that fits your needs so that everyone in your family can get what they deserve when it comes to your assets:

We’ll also help you make sure that all the appropriate parties are notified about any changes to your will or trust. This includes informing any beneficiaries who are underage or incapacitated so their parents or guardians can make decisions on their behalf until they reach adulthood (or regain capacity). We can even help ensure that no assets are left out entirely; if there are assets that aren’t included in your will but should be distributed according to someone else’s wishes, we can prepare a separate document detailing those wishes for

When should I make a will?

When you’re ready to start thinking about your will and estate planning, it’s important to understand that there are a few options for estate planning.

If you’ve never made a will before, or if you’ve been through a divorce or other major life event, it’s smart to sit down with an experienced lawyer who can walk you through the process. We can help you create a will that reflects your wishes and provides for your family after you’re gone.

The first thing we’ll do is make sure we understand what kind of person you are, what kind of relationship you have with those closest to you, and how they would be impacted by your death. Then we’ll work together to come up with an estate plan that takes into account all of these factors—and these factors alone—to ensure that everyone gets what they want when it comes time for distribution of assets and other decisions about beneficiaries.

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