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Looking for a specialist Wills & Estates Lawyer?

Our Wills and Estates team is capable of managing a variety of legal issues relating to Wills and Estates Law, right across NSW. 

Whether it be preparing Wills, Testamentary Trusts, Power of Attorney (POA), Enduring Guardianship documents, obtaining a Grant of Probate or Elder Law, our team will look after you.

We know that this is one area of law that affects everyone at some stage during their lifetime. Unfortunately, we just dont know when.

All of our team members have acted in hundreds of matters where a person has died unexpectedly or has become incapacitated, without having any legal documents in place. We have seen the emotional and the financial effects that this has on their family members. We do not want to see this happen to you and to your family members.

That is why our team is focused on helping you organise your legal documents to cover your personal and business affairs; now before it is too late.

Warwick Gilbertson - Lawyers Newcastle - Turnbull Hill - Wills & Estates

If and when it becomes necessary to use those legal documents, we are able to assist your family members in an efficient, effective and friendly way.

We also advise clients on the obligations between a second spouse and children from a first marriage.

Writing a Will - Turnbull Hill Lawyers in NewcastleOur Expertise in Wills and Estates Includes:

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Our Promise:

  • Highly professional and friendly service at all times
  • Highly qualified team
  • Complete confidentiality at all times
  • Fast, efficient and courteous service
  • An estimate of your costs at the beginning of your matter and amended estimates when necessary - you will always know where you stand with Turnbull Hill Lawyers

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  5. What happens if my Power of Attorney abuses that power?
  6. Will Centrelink view using assets from a deceased estate to pay off a mortgage as a gift?
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  9. How Much Power Have You Given to Your Attorney?
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