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Victoria
Australia 3181
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  Our Services    
  Below is a list of just some of our services. For any legal matter where you require assistance please do not hesitate to contact us for quality care and expert advice.  
 
Property & Conveyancing   Enduring Guardianship
Estate Litigation / Will Disputes   Executors
Grants of Probate   Notary Services
Powers of Attorney   Property Law
Small Business   Wills
 
 
 
Property & Conveyancing
Conveyancing is the transfer of property ownership. It is a complex area of law. If you are buying or selling a house, you need advice.
 
Enduring Guardianship
Guardianship is the process whereby a guardian is appointed to make lifestyle decisions for an adult with a disability when a decision needs to be made.
 
Estate Litigation / Will Disputes
Disputes can arise between family members after a person dies.

A person may die not having made a will or the will made does not provide for people it should. If this happens, there is the potential for a claim to be made against the estate of the deceased person.
 
Executors
We can act as your executor of your will should you wish.
 
Grants of Probate
A Grant of Probate is a certificate from the Supreme Court of Victoria in which the Probate Office officially recognises the Executor named in a Will.

We can apply for you.
 
Notary Services
We are able to provide Public Notary services to individuals, small and large businesses, lawyers, attorneys, banks and government bodies.
 
Powers of Attorney
A power of attorney is a legal document authorising a person to act on your behalf.
 
Small Business
You must seek professional advice before starting your own business or selling your business.
 
Wills
A will is a legal document which sets out how you want your assets to be distributed on your death. If you do not leave a will, your estate will be distributed according to legislation. In some circumstances, the result of dying without a will can be difficult for your family or loved ones. Having a lawyer prepare your will ensures your assets will be distributed according to your own wishes.
 
 
 
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