Wills & Probate
The death of a loved one is deeply upsetting and it can be even more so if there are legal issues to be dealt with. Our qualified Lawyers will compassionately guide you through legal matters concerning Wills and Probate, helping to distribute an Estate and clear any uncertainty.
Contesting a will
When someone dies without leaving a Will, or if they make a Will without fully understanding the potential outcome, complications can arise. Or a family member may die unexpectedly without making adequate provision for their dependents.
If you need help with any of these difficult issues, our experience will ensure that we achieve the best and fairest results.
Drafting or revising a will
Making a Will is your opportunity to protect and care for those you love. Talk to us about drafting or revising a Will to ensure your wishes will be carried out without any confusion or uncertainty. Give yourself and your family peace of mind.
Obtaining a grant of probate
When someone dies, their assets must be collected and distributed according to the Will and a Grant of Probate must be obtained. If there is no Will, the job is left to the family to ‘administer the Estate’.
It’s not a pleasant situation to be confronted with and you may not feel prepared for the weight of responsibilities placed on you. If this happens, you can count on our experience to help you achieve the very best possible outcome for everyone involved.
Rest Assured: a Legal Guide to Wills, Estates and Funerals in New South Wales — State Library of NSW
This book explains the legal processes when someone dies. It provides practical information about making a will, obtaining probate, the duties of an executor and family provision, the procedures when there is no will and the rights of family members.
Our Legal Services
Separation, Property and Financial Matters, Consent Orders, Financial Agreements, Parenting, Married and De Facto issues, Child Support, Parentage, International Child Abduction (Hague Convention), Divorce, Domestic Violence, Apprehended violence orders
We are experienced experts in criminal law. Driving offences including drink-driving & PCA offences, Drug Driving, Common Assault, Apprehended Violence Orders (AVO), Drug Offences including possession and supply, Assault occasioning grievous or actual bodily harm, larceny, property damage and graffiti related offences, and more serious criminal offences. Local Court, District Court, and jury trials.
We act on the sale and purchase of properties and transferring properties between separated parties, and to beneficiaries under Wills
What Our Clients Say
Sydney Law Group helped me through a very stressful situation by taking me through each step and clearly explaining all of my options. They then advised me on the pros and cons of each option so that I could make an informed decision.
At no stage did I feel rushed, in fact I was encouraged to take my time in reaching my decision. The whole experience was positive and I walked away feeling that Sydney Law Group had my back.
– GS –
Thanks from C and I for your help sorting out Dad’s estate. You are very professional and handled the work expertly.
– RK –
Melanie and Co of the Sydney Law Group help me with my late fathers estate. They kept me up to date with progress and offered great professional and caring advise. Thanks.
– MC –