AFS Legal can help you achieve your testamentary and estate planning goals by advising on and preparing your will or testamentary trust and all other estate planning documents, such as powers of attorney, enduring guardian appointments and living wills (also known as advance care directives).
If you die without a valid will, your assets will be distributed according to the rules of intestacy, which may differ to your wishes. Without a valid will, your loved ones will need to apply for a grant of letters of administration in order to distribute your assets, which is often a more complicated, time consuming and costly application than an application for a grant of probate of a valid will.
We understand the importance of having an up to date will which stipulates your testamentary wishes. A will provides more than just instructions to distribute your assets in a certain way. A will can also provide instructions relating to non estate assets and appoint guardians for minor children.
We have the experience and expertise to do a complete estate plan - giving you the peace of mind that on your incapacity or death, your estate will be distributed in accordance with your wishes.
AFS Legal can help executors and administrators administer deceased estates in compliance with the often onerous and complex duties placed on them.
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AFS Legal can advise and act in all types of claims against wills and estates.
We are experienced in dealing with a variety of estate related disputes, which can often split families and be a traumatic and stressful time. We have the knowledge and expertise to assist in the early settlement of estate related disputes, when appropriate.
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AFS Legal is a boutique legal practice specialising in wills and estate matters, including conveyancing.
Helensburgh, NSW, 2508
Central Coast NSW, Australia
0408 216 331
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