Wills & Estates

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Dying without a will, or with a will that was not properly drafted, can be devastating and costly for those you have left behind. In today’s world, the traditional family unit is not the same for everyone. So, let us help you draft your will or wills correctly to ensure that the right people in your life benefit from your estate. We can help you with issues such as:

  • Choosing executors
  • Ensuring the right beneficiaries are provided for
  • Charitable donations
  • Obtaining probate or letters of administration
  • Contesting a will



A power of attorney is an important document which can appoint a person to act for you in certain situations. Careful thought needs to be given to who it is you appoint and to ensure formal requirements are met so that your appointment is valid.

There are several types of powers of attorney that can be given:

  • General power of attorney
  • Enduring power of attorney (financial and personal)
  • Enduring power of attorney (medical treatment)
  • Company power of attorney

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