Power of Attorney
It is a good idea to have a Power of Attorney in place in case something happens to you and you suffer from temporary or permanent loss of mental capacity.
This could happen at any time because of illness, injury or disability.
If you do not have a Power of Attorney in place, a court or tribunal may appoint someone to manage your finances.
rEASONS TO cONSIDER A POWER OF ATTORNEY:
Trusts & Deeds
Garrison Lawyers provide expert advice on drafting trusts. Trusts are set up by people for a number of reasons including succession planning, asset protection and tax minimization and sometimes trusts are set up due to the operation of the law.
Some of the areas we specialiSe in are:
Wills, Estate & Probate
Garrison Lawyers are experienced in all aspects of Will drafting, probate and ‘Family Provision’ applications. Considering a Will is the most important document you ever sign, make sure you get the right advice – first time.
In addition to our skilled team of solicitors, we have an experienced team of expert barristers who will provide you with the best advice and advocate your case to the court.
We are specialiSed in the following areas:
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