What we Do
From applying for probate or letters of administration on your behalf, to drafting your will and power of attorney, we are here for you. If you need help with something else that's not listed below, just give us a call!
Have you been named as an executor in a will? You will need to consider whether a grant of probate should be obtained.
Letters of Administration
Has a loved one did without a will? The next of kin might need Letters of Administration to administer their estate.
If you're over eighteen you need a will. We've made getting or updating a will simple and cost effective - so no more excuses.
Enduring Power of Attorney
A power of attorney protects you and your family in the event the worst happens and you can no longer make decisions.
Contesting a will
Have you been left out of a will? We might be able to help. Get in touch now to discuss your options. Time limits apply.
From superannuation to family trusts to small business needs and property transactions, we can help.
Latest News & Resources
Finalising the tax affairs of a Deceased Estate is an area that we all too often see overlooked by executors and administrators. There are a number of obligations that executors and administrators must comply with in this regard to avoid getting into trouble with the...
You’ve been named as an executor in a loved one’s will. It’s an emotional time. You’ve arranged a funeral and said your goodbyes. You set about finalising your loved one’s affairs only to be told you need a grant of probate. What? Why? How? Where do you begin?
You've heard of a will and maybe a power of attorney but what exactly is estate planning and why is it so important? The answer often varies but at Generations Law we see estate planning as the process of growing and protecting your family's wealth both during and...
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Brisbane City QLD 4000
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In keeping with our reconciliation commitment, Generations Law would like to acknowledge the First Nations people as the original inhabitants and traditional custodians of the lands on which we operate and pay our respects to all Elders past, present and emerging as they hold the memories, traditions and culture of these lands and thank them for their wisdom and guidance. These include the Yugarabul, Jagera and Turrbul people in and around Brisbane, the Goenpul & Jandawal people of Moreton Bay, the Kombumerri people of the Yugambeh language group of the Gold Coast and the Gubbi Gubbi people of the Sunshine Coast.