Wills and estates law

Peace of mind for you and your family.


Protect your family and your legacy by making your wishes legally binding.

Enduring power of attorney.

Put your life and assets in the right hands if you’re incapacitated, or overseas.

Administration of estates.

Ensure the transition is as smooth as possible for your loved ones if the unexpected should happen.

Take control of your health and get the treatment you want, even if you lose the ability to speak for yourself.

How we work together
to help you prepare.


Discovery call.

We get to know each other and how we can help.



We create a legally binding document that reflects your wishes.


Finalise and sign.

We ensure everything is in order and aligned with your goals. Then you sign.


Have peace of mind knowing your family and assets will be taken care of no matter what the future holds.

At Legali, we’re passionate about helping you proactively protect your future.

When we’re younger, it can be hard to justify making the time to draft a Will. We’re too busy living and growing our portfolios. But without a Will, your assets and your family are at risk.

Our team will help you navigate the process through complete estate planning services including:

  • Creation of testamentary (will) trusts.
  • Succession to control over previously established trusts and entities.

We make the process as simple and stress-free as possible, so you can get back to living your life, knowing you’ve taken action to secure your legacy and your family, no matter what.

Enduring power of attorney.

Make sure the right people are making decisions on your behalf when you’re not able to do so.

Put simply, preparing an enduring power of attorney in advance ensures your affairs will be in the hands of someone you trust if you’re not able to make decisions. For example, if you lose mental capacity or even if you can’t be reached for some reason, like travelling.

If you choose not to appoint someone, your family or business advisors can apply to the relevant authority to have someone appointed for you.

Administration of estates.

Our compassionate team is here to help your loved ones navigate this difficult time while ensuring your wishes are adhered to.

Appointing a lawyer to administer your estate is about removing the burden from your loved ones, and ensuring your wishes are carried out the way you want them to be.

Estate Planning and administration process is complex and challenging to navigate, so choosing the right team is essential.

Keep in mind, if you haven’t drafted a Will or Estate Plan, in the event of your passing, the Court will appoint a loved one on your behalf. It will then be their responsibility to pay off your debts, close your accounts, distribute property among your family, and more.

Our experienced team can guide you through a range of services including:

  • Informal administrations.
  • Transmission of assets to beneficiaries.
  • Grants of probate.

Administration out of the Supreme Court (when needed).

Advance health directives.

Receive the treatment you want, regardless of your circumstance. AHDs ensure your doctors always comply with your health preferences.

The best time to create an Advance Health Directive is before any urgent health issues emerge. You can appoint someone you trust to make sure your health is handled in the right way for you. It could be your attorney (who is aware and respectful of your wishes) or another trusted person.

Start by talking it through with your family, doctor, and lawyer to ensure you understand the impact of each decision. As you consider your options, our team is here to help guide you.

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