You’ve been asked to manage someone’s estate. Where do you start?

Whether you’ve been given the responsibility to manage an estate or find yourself in a position where you need to after a loved one has passed, it can be an overwhelming task at an emotional time.

The added pressure of honouring someone’s wishes while trying to understand a complicated legal process can be stressful.

That’s where our experience counts

The first question you need to ask when managing a deceased person’s estate is simple: do they have a Will?

Andrew Simpson

National Head of Wills and Estate Planning, Wills and Estates

"The most rewarding part of my work is helping people obtain access to estate funds in circumstances where they are in financial need, which can be life changing."

Laura Evans-McKendry

Senior Associate, National Wills Drafting Leader, Wills and Estates

"It is satisfying to be able to help people navigate the necessary legal processes."

Andrew Meiliunas

Senior Associate, State Litigation Leader, Wills and Estates

"It is important for clients to achieve a just and reasonable outcome and I’m proud that I can help make that happen."

Alina El Jawhari

Lawyer, Wills and Estates

Geoff Donohue

General Manager of Personal Legal Services, Wills and Estates

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