Making proper arrangements about your estate is one of the most important things you can do for your family.
Attwood Marshall Lawyers is a leading elder law firm, with one of the largest and most experienced teams in South East Queensland. We’re ready to help you make your Will today.
We provide high quality, professional estate planning documents, which are clear and precise, and utilise the most advantageous rules and strategies. We have the expertise to help with simple Wills as well as complex succession planning and are proud to provide you with exceptional client service.
✔ Unlike some law firms, we’re not generalists. We recognise the complexity of succession law and are highly reputed in the legal industry for our expertise in this multifaceted area of law.
✔ Our dedicated team of estate planning lawyers, who are supported by estate planning paralegals, practice exclusively in the areas of Succession Law.
✔ Our clients are never ‘just a number’ – we genuinely care about individual client outcomes and ensure you get a personalised experience.
We pride ourselves on excellent customer service and are ready to help you today.
✔ We use exceptional SAI Global Certified systems to ensure the highest standard of customer service.
✔ We are proud to deliver excellent legal results.
For an appointment, please contact directly to Wills & Estates Department Manager Donna Tolley on: 07 5506 8241, mobile: 0423 772 555 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Our premium legal services take in all facets of estate planning, estate administration, estate litigation, asset protection and structuring. Our expertise includes complex estates and trusts.
Our experienced Will contest lawyers will advise you on the best way to protect your estate against legal contests. This will put in place all the arrangements necessary to give you absolute peace of mind.
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Special Disability Trusts are established by parents and immediate family members of a person with a severe disability or medical condition, with a sole focus on safeguarding their care.
A QLD Enduring Power of Attorney gives another person (your attorney) the authority to act on your behalf in managing your affairs, during your lifetime. An Attorney acts for you if you lose capacity.
An Advanced Health Directive states your wishes or directions regarding your future medical and health care, coming into effect if you are unable to make your own decisions.
In New South Wales, an Enduring Power of Attorney gives another person the legal authority to make your financial decisions, while an Appointment of Enduring Guardian let’s them make medical and lifestyle decisions.
A Will contest can sometime be initiated by a family member or beneficiary or an eligible applicant who has been left out of a Will. We can advise on potential Will contests.