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    Dealing with a loved one’s estate can be a heavy responsibility. If you’re facing estate issues or need to get your Will in order, Marocchi Law is here to guide you with experience and empathy. Creating a Will is crucial, and we’re committed to making the process as smooth and clear as possible for you.

    Our Services

    • Will Preparation We ensure your Will comprehensively covers your estate without overwhelming you with legal complexities.
    • Estate Contesting If you feel unfairly treated in a Will, we can help you understand your options and, if necessary, support you in legally contesting it.
    • Estate Clarity We help clarify complex estate matters, ensuring your wishes are respected and carried out.

    Common Items in Wills

    • Property and real estate
    • Money and investments
    • Shares

    Items Not Typically Included

    • Superannuation
    • Trust assets
    • Life insurance proceeds

      Making Your Will Clear and Valid

      A clear, current, and legally valid Will minimises disputes and delays, ensuring your wishes are honoured.

      Contesting a Will

      If you feel short changed or excluded from an estate, you may have grounds for a challenge. We’ll guide you through the legal criteria and support you in the process.

      Why You Need a Will

      • To clearly outline your property distribution wishes
      • To ensure a smooth, stress-free process for your beneficiaries
      • To prevent legal disputes and familial tension

      Eligibility for Contesting a Will

      • Spouses, children, dependents, and close relations typically have grounds for contesting
      • We’ll help you understand your eligibility and the best course of action

      Trusted Legal Advice

      Our team, with over 30 years of experience, is committed to providing clear and effective legal support.

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      Asked Questions

      For any queries or support in Will and estate matters, contact us for professional and empathetic guidance.
      Who Can Make a Will?
      Anyone over 18 or those under 18 who are married (or planning to marry) can make a will, provided they have the mental capacity to do so. For unmarried individuals under 18, court approval is needed.
      How Much Compensation Will I Receive Through a Personal Injury Claim?
      The amount varies based on several factors unique to each case. It’s recommended to consult a personal injury lawyer for a more personalised assessment.
      Do I Need a Lawyer to Help with a Super Claim?
      For complex superannuation claims, a specialist lawyer can be very helpful. They can navigate through the terms and conditions of the Super Fund to ensure you receive what you’re entitled to.
      What is Stamp Duty? Will I Need to Pay It?
      Stamp duty is a tax imposed on property purchases, varying by state. You may be eligible for concessions. Consulting with an experienced conveyancer can provide clarity on how it affects your property purchase.

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