Wills & Probate

“There is nothing more certain in life than death and taxes”. It is imperative that sound financial planning is undertaken by us all so we can provide for our loved ones. In doing so it removes, for the most part, uncertainty for those left behind and provides you with peace of mind.



A Will is a list of instructions as to how an individual once deceased wishes their assets to be distributed between their loved ones after they are gone.

The rules of law governing the creation of wills are strict and rigid and an improperly constructed will can lead to the intention being lost. We will be happy to assist in drafting your will, to give you the peace of mind of knowing that when the time comes the intentions you wish to be carried out in your will are borne out.



Intestacy is the situation where no Will has been made. If no will has been made the Succession Act 1965 will determine who administers the assets and will also determine who receives the assets and in what proportion(s). Entitlement in an intestacy situation is determined by the relationship to the deceased.

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