Estate planning is a general terminology for developing a strategy to deal with your assets after your death. The most common instrument is a will, which specifies how you want to transfer or distribute your assets in the unfortunate event of death.
We have experience from simple wills to protect individuals that do not require complex structures to more complicated documents that can create life interests and/or testamentary trusts.
The team at Eidelweisz Lawyers will consider each client’s personal circumstances when preparing their wills. We know that tax is one of the many factors involved when pondering about the decisions in your will and we can discuss the desired outcomes with your accountant and financial planner.
At Eidelweisz Lawyers we take into account the big picture to achieve what you intend to. We can assist you with:
- Testamentary trusts;
- Life interests;
- Powers of Attorney;
- Medical Power of Attorney;
- Applications for probate;
- Survivorship applications;
- Binding Death Benefit Nominations;
- Claims for inadequate provision under a will pursuant to Part 4 of the Administration and Probate Act 1958;
- Administering an Estate;
- Advice to Executors;
- Estate Planning for your business.
If you need assistance to prepare your first will or if you want to review your existent will to suit your current needs, contact our experienced team at Eidelweisz Lawyers.