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At Wallace & Wallace Lawyers, our Solicitors have been providing clients with advice and assistance in all areas of Wills and Estates, Estate Planning and Estate Dispute Resolution matters for over 30 years.

Estate planning is critical for individuals from all walks of life. It includes making sure appropriate arrangements are in place to take care of your loved ones when you die.

Wills

A Will is possibly the most important document which you will ever prepare. Our Solicitors strive to help our clients in the preparation of their Wills to ensure that their wishes are carried out exactly as you would like them to be.

Powers of Attorney

A Power of Attorney is just as important as a Will. While a Will operates on your death, a Power of Attorney operates during your life. A Power of Attorney is a legal document authorising another person, such as a trusted friend or relative, to act on your behalf in your affairs. This person is known as your attorney.

Wallace & Wallace Lawyers provide a complete service catering to our clients’ Wills and Estates, Estate Planning and Estate Dispute Resolution requirements. Our knowledgeable and experienced Solicitors and staff will deliver this service in an efficient, sensitive and cost effective manner.

Should you be physically unable to attend our offices we are more than happy to arrange an in home visit to ensure your needs are met with minimal discomfort to you.

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Family Provision Application

In Queensland, there are a number of ways in which you can dispute a Will. Such circumstances may include where the testator lacks capacity at the time the Will was made, where the testator’s Will has been overborne by undue …

Estate Administration
an Executor’s Responsibilities

When a person creates a Will, they appoint an executor to administer their estate upon their death.  The executor is responsible for ensuring that all outstanding debts and taxes are paid and that the remaining assets are distributed according to …

Estate Planning – The importance
of a properly drafted Will

Your Will is one of the most important documents you will ever sign, and it must be properly drafted to ensure that the assets you have spent a lifetime collecting are left according to your wishes. You may be surprised …

Court Made Will – overcoming a
lack of testamentary capacity

In order for a person's Will to be a valid and binding document in Australia, that person (the Testator) must have 'testamentary capacity' at the time at which the Will was created. This means that the Testator must not be …

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