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BUY & SELL REAL ESTATE

Residential & Commercial

Your peace of mind is our priority

Whether you are an Owner selling a property, a first home Buyer, upgrading to a better…

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RETAIL & COMMERCIAL LEASING

Landlords & Tenants

Landlords & Tenants

Landlords and Tenants of retail shops and commercial premises need relevant and specific advice when…

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TRUSTS & ASSET PROTECTION

Controlling (without owning) Assets

The Family Discretionary Trust

Family Trusts are a well established and popular component of the…

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WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING

Be prepared for the unexpected!

Prepare & Plan

We all make plans for the future – goals we wish to achieve.  But the best plans can go sideways when…

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LATEST NEWS AND POSTS

July 2017

Banks: Why so pedantic?

By | July 27th, 2017|

When a personal relationship breaks down, your life can change in an instant. Those plans for the future are suddenly pulled from under your feet! A relationship breakdown means that you have to reconstruct your plans & restructure your life. Whilst an unwanted experience, it is the perfect time to make changes to improve your life & protect your future.

Estate Planning following a relationship breakdown

By | July 16th, 2017|

When a personal relationship breaks down, your life can change in an instant. Those plans for the future are suddenly pulled from under your feet! A relationship breakdown means that you have to reconstruct your plans & restructure your life. Whilst an unwanted experience, it is the perfect time to make changes to improve your life & protect your future.

No excuses for no Will!

By | July 15th, 2017|

There are no excuses for not having a Will! You may recognise some of these "reasons" for not organising your estate planning arrangements. Buy when you think about it, you owe it to your family to get organised.

Risks of losing your inheritance!

By | July 13th, 2017|

The contents of your parents’ Wills are none of your business. However, the risk of losing your inheritance means that there may be very good reasons for a discussion about your parents' estate planning arrangements.