At Walsh, we understand that estate planning can involve consideration of multiple (and sometimes conflicting) priorities. As with everything we do, we take a people first approach to ensure that your experience with Walsh and the law is a positive one, and work with you to create a personalized plan that reflects your priorities and wishes. The Walsh team is experienced in all areas of estate planning, including wills, powers of attorney, personal directives, estate freezes, and trust planning.
Estate Planning Questionnaire
If you’d like to start the Estate planning process with us, or are looking to get your documents updated, please fill out our Estate Planning Questionnaire and contact us to set up an appointment.
Your estate plan may include setting property aside during your lifetime for a specified purpose. We can work with you to determine the types of solutions that may be available to you and your loved ones.
Our team is experienced in assisting families and loved ones after a death. Whether you are a Personal Representative (Executor) looking for assistance on next steps (such as obtaining a Grant of Probate or Grant of Administration), or are a beneficiary who wants to understand your rights and entitlements, our team is here to provide advice and assistance during this difficult time.
Estate issues can be complex and disputes can occur over a range of issues – including capacity, administration, and dependants’ relief. Walsh can help to obtain the information you seek, advocate, and resolve disputes on your behalf.
If are a Personal Representative / Executor of an Estate and require assistance with administering an Estate, please fill out our Estate Administration Questionnaire and contact us to set up appointment. We’ve included an Executor Checklist to help get you started on tasks that you may be required to do.