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Attwood Marshall Lawyers is the leading succession and elder law firm

Attwood Marshall Lawyers was established in 1946 by Eric Attwood and is the leading succession and elder law firm.

Our firm is different. It is made up of specialty departments which practice exclusively in their field. Lead by Partner,  Angela Harry, the Wills & Estates department is one of the largest teams assembled in Australia and practices exclusively in the specialised field of succession law, including family law related issues.

Our reputation in the industry for excellence is second to none and we are dedicated to providing you with exceptional customer service. We are ready to help you today.

For a complimentary 20-minute estate planning review on the phone please call anytime: 1800 621 071.

Contact directly to Wills & Estates Department Manager Donna Tolley on: 07 5506 8241, mobile: 0423 772 555 or email: dtolley@attwoodmarshall.com.au.

Attwood Marshall Lawyers are the leaders in succession law. We practice exclusively in this specialised field and are the largest legal team dedicated to this field in Northern NSW and the Gold Coast.

We genuinely care and listen to you, to make sure all your legal documents are prepared to the highest legal and professional standards.

For your convenience we have offices in every capital in Australia, Coolangatta (head office), Robina Town Centre, and Kingscliff, Northern NSW.

Plan ahead to protect your family. Book a consultation now at our Brisbane, Robina, Coolangatta or Kingscliff office. Initial instructions can be taken over the phone for your convenience.
Our estate planning services:

We have a highly experienced legal department dedicated to quality and expert estate planning.

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 lawyers can help you with your Will, Enduring Power of Attorney, Enduring Guardian and other legal documents.

Importantly, our estate planning team works in tandem with our experienced Will contest lawyers, who advise on the best way to structure and protect your estate against legal contests. This will give you the peace of mind that your loved one’s futures will be protected.

We can help you today. Find our more about our services here:

Angela Harry – Partner Wills & Estates

Wills

Having a legal, properly prepared Will is vitally important to ensure your final wishes concerning the distribution of your estate are carried out.  read more

Testamentary Trust Wills

To ensure your assets remain within the family for their use and benefit, a Testamentary Trust should also be considered.
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Special Disability Trusts

Similar to Testamentary Trusts, 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 current and future care. read more

Enduring Power of Attorney (QLD)

In Queensland, a Power of Attorney gives another person (your attorney) the authority to act on your behalf in managing your affairs, during your lifetime. While a General Power of Attorney authorises your attorney to handle your affairs in your absence, an Enduring Power of Attorney gives them the authority to continue act for you even if you lose capacity to make decisions due to an injury or medical condition. read more

Advance Health Directive (QLD)

An Advanced Health Directive is a document that states your wishes or directions regarding your future health care for various medical conditions and it comes into effect only if you are unable to make your own decisions.
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Enduring Power of Attorney (NSW)

In New South Wales, an Enduring Power of Attorney gives another person the legal authority to make financial decisions on your behalf while an Appointment of Enduring Guardian gives them the power to make medical and lifestyle decisions on your behalf. Read more

Superannuation Beneficiary Death Benefit Nominations

Your superannuation may be one of your most valuable assets, but it is not covered by your Will as it isn’t automatically considered as part of your estate.
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Granny Flat Agreements

Granny Flat Agreements allow parents to transfer property rights or the funds from selling their home to their children, for a lifetime right.
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Contesting Wills

A Will contest is a challenge to a Will, usually initiated by a family member or beneficiary or a beneficiary who feels slighted by the testator’s choice of property distribution, through a Family Provision Claim
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Estate Disputes and Estate Litigation

Estate disputes between surviving family members and relatives are unfortunately a very common occurrence, requiring professional dispute resolution to assist executors, co-executors and trustees of a Will come to an agreeable outcome.
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Donna Tolley.
Department Manager

Donna Tolley

07 5506 8241
0423 772 555
dtolley@attwoodmarshall.com.au

We act in both QLD and NSW in all areas of law and Federal jurisdictions.