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Wills and Estates

At CQ Legal, we recognise the significance of estate planning and the importance of ensuring that your assets are distributed according to your wishes.

Our dedicated team is proficient in providing comprehensive Wills and Estates services, designed to guide you through the intricate aspects of this complex legal field. Whether you require assistance in crafting a new Will, updating an existing one, or powers of attorney, our solutions are customised to cater to your specific requirements.

With our legal guidance, we ensure that your desires are accurately documented and possess the necessary legal enforceability. 

At CQ Legal, we approach Wills and Estates matters with empathy, meticulous attention to detail, and an extensive understanding of the associated laws. Our primary objective is to provide you with peace of mind, secure your loved ones’ future, and handle your affairs with the utmost professionalism and sensitivity.

Entrust CQ Legal to safeguard your legacy and manage your Wills and Estates concerns. We are committed to delivering exceptional service, tailoring personalised solutions, and upholding the highest standards of integrity and confidentiality.

Reach out to CQ Legal today to arrange a consultation, and let us assist you in protecting your assets and ensuring a seamless transition for your loved ones.

Why is it important to have a valid Will?

Having a valid Will ensures that your assets are distributed according to your wishes after your passing. It provides clarity and can help minimise family disputes and potential legal complications.

What happens if someone dies without a Will?

When someone dies without a Will, their assets are distributed according to the laws of intestacy. This may not align with their preferences, and it can cause delays and added stress for their loved ones.

Can I make changes to my Will after it's been drafted?

Yes, you can make changes to your Will by executing a new one or creating a codicil, which is a document that amends specific provisions of your existing Will. It’s important to update your Will to reflect any changes in your circumstances or wishes.

What is the role of an executor in the estate administration process?

An executor is responsible for carrying out the instructions outlined in your Will, including the distribution of assets, settling debts, and handling legal matters. They play a crucial role in ensuring your wishes are fulfilled.

How can CQ Legal assist with Wills and Estates?

CQ Legal offers comprehensive Wills and Estates services, including drafting and reviewing Wills, providing guidance on estate planning and asset protection, assisting with probate and estate administration, and resolving any disputes that may arise.

Please note that these questions and answers are for informational purposes only and should not be considered as legal advice. It is recommended to consult with a qualified legal professional at CQ Legal for personalised advice regarding your specific Wills and Estate needs.