Expert Advice from our Legal Specialists
When a person has been appointed as an Executor under a Will they may need to obtain a “Grant of Probate” of the Will, to deal with a deceased person’s assets.
An enduring power of attorney will allow you to appoint another person to make financial and legal decisions if you become incapacitated and are unable to do so.
Separation, Mediation, Understanding Your Rights, and Reaching a Financial Settlement that is fair & reasonable to both parties.
When you appoint an Enduring Guardian, you are designating another/s, to look after your life wished & interest when you are unable to make decisions yourself.