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Want to leave a fantastic legacy for your family? Then you need to do some proper estate planning. And that does not mean just getting a will.
Probate and Estate Administration
Even when a death is expected, the loss of a family member can be confronting and shocking. It can be difficult to focus on the important things because of the torrent of emotions that can arise.
What is estate litigation? How can an estate be litigated, and why would anyone do that? What do you do if someone is threatening to sue an estate in which you have an interest?
Estate litigation is concerned with deceased estates…
Court Authorised Wills
Wills are important documents in which we can appoint the right person to be in charge of our affairs after we die, and in which we can leave binding written instructions about who is to inherit our property.
The Will & All is a specialist succession law legal practice, based in Cairns, but assisting clients from all over Queensland, Australia and the world with Queensland inheritance matters.
Succession law is our area of excellence.
We genuinely care, and strive to achieve the best outcomes for our clients: efficiently, sensitively, and practically.
We recognise, appreciate and value the privilege and trust invested in us by our clients.
We deeply respect that our clients consult us about some of the most sensitive issues in their lives.
Jeneve Frizzo is one of just a few Queensland solicitors with specialist accreditation in succession law from the Queensland Law Society, Queensland’s peak representative body for Queensland solicitors. Jeneve is a recommended Wills & Estates Litigation lawyer and Wills, Estates and Succession lawyer (Doyle’s Guide).
We are proud of our reputation as one of Queensland’s leading Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Firms and Estate Litigation firms as Jeneve Frizzo – Estate Law (Doyle’s Guide).
We assist individuals and families with anything to do with inheritance, including:
- Estate planning
- Avoiding estate disputes
- Wills and powers of attorney
- Testamentary trust wills
- Court authorised wills for people without testamentary capacity
- Special disability trusts
- Letters of Administration
- Estate administration
- Estate disputes
- Superannuation disputes
- Powers of attorney disputes
- Unconscionable transactions disputes
- Estate litigation
- Family provision applications
- Informal wills