Estate Law Central Coast
Estate work usually includes obtaining a grant of probate and administering the estate when there is a will.
However, if there is no will it would involve obtaining Letters of Administration from the Supreme Court. This means determining who are the appropriate people to inherit, that is, effectively the next of kin.
Linda Emery & Associates have many years of experience and can assist executors and those contesting or defending a will with legal advice for these complex matters. With the help from our estate lawyers on the Central Coast, we help you solve your estate matters at ease. Contact us today and get help from our experienced lawyers.
Our Estate Law Services
Estate planning is the process of making sure your assets are distributed according to your wishes in the event of your passing. It can be a complex and daunting task, but it’s important to have a plan in place to ensure your loved ones are taken care of. Linda Emery & Associates are experts in estate planning and can help you navigate the process on the Central Coast.
We will work with you to understand your unique circumstances and create a customised plan that considers your assets, liabilities, and family law considerations. We can also assist with setting up trusts, preparing wills and Powers of Attorney. If you need help with estate planning, contact Linda Emery & Associates today.
Why Estate Planning Is Important
Most people don’t like to think about what will happen after they pass. However, estate planning is an important part of making sure that your loved ones are taken care of. By creating a will or trust, you can ensure that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.
Estate planning is the process of making a plan in advance for how your property will be managed during your lifetime in the event that you become unable to manage and distributed after your passing. An estate lawyer or planner can help you to make sure that your estate is distributed according to your wishes.
There are a number of different things to consider when making an estate plan, and an experienced estate lawyer on the Central Coast such as Linda Emery, can help you to navigate the process. They can also provide peace of mind by ensuring that your wishes are carried out after your passing.
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Frequently Asked Questions
You need these documents if you want your legal, financial and lifestyle affairs in order. Linda can provide advice and prepare these documents for you, allowing you to rest easy with the peace of mind that comes with knowing your affairs are in order during your lifetime and beyond.
A will is a legal document that names the people you want to receive the property and possessions you own at the date of your death. A valid will is one that has been accepted by a court and put into effect by a grant of probate.
A ‘Power of Attorney’ is a document you can sign to appoint another person (called your attorney) to act for you in relation to financial affairs. An enduring power of attorney is a legal document which you can use to appoint a person to make decisions about your property or financial affairs if you lose mental capacity.
An enduring guardian is someone you appoint at a time when you have capacity.