Whether ensuring the important things in life are taken care of,
a person's final wishes are upheld,
your family's future is secure,
the team at Oldfield Legal are here to help.
(08) 9331 5722.
"As a legal practitioner for over 20 years, there is no more pressing advice I can give than to ensure your estate is well planned. By contacting a lawyer, many hardships in administering an estate can be easily avoided, putting in place a basic will and power of attorney ensures the important things are taken care of.
If your loved one has passed and you aren't sure what to do, if you are unsure whether there is a current will, or what to do with the will you have found, if there is a dispute regarding the fairness of an estate, be sure to contact a reputable law firm and seek advice early. You can be guided by an experienced legal practitioner and estate matters can be made significantly more manageable for you whilst the estate is being finalised."
Nova Oldfield, Director
Legal Advice for Individuals & Families
"Enjoy the little things in life, for one day you will look back and realise they were the big things."
(Kurt Vonnegut & Robert Brault)
Are you prepared to risk the things which matter to you most?
Is doing nothing really a good idea?
Are you prepared to risk everything by not knowing how the law affects you?
How will your family cope if something happens to you?
How will the mortgage or bills be paid?
Who will make important decisions about your health and finances?
Who will pay the funeral costs?
Who will be guardian to your children?
Who will look after your affairs if you become unable to do so?
Who do you trust to manage your estate, carry out your wishes and distribute your assets?
Will your family be taken care of?
How will your business be run and bills paid in the interim?
Have your assets be set up to take care of your loved ones long term?
Will your assets go to the correct people?
Are you coping enough to make important decisions after the passing of a loved one?
Would legal assistance be beneficial to you at this time?
Do you have the support of a law firm who cares about keeping costs down for you?
Will your law firm encourage you and be there to support you if you feel you are not coping with the applications or estate administration?