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Have you written a will? It’s prudent to think about your will now, for yours and others’ peace of mind.

RRR (Rossi, Ryan, & Raniga) Lawyers can provide you accurate advice regarding wills, as well as power of attorney – simply ask for details when we return your call.

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Drafting your will

Making a will can be difficult. There are many issues to consider and an improperly drafted will may mean that your estate is not left to the persons you wanted it to be left to. The experience RRR (Rossi, Ryan, & Raniga) Lawyers can provide will guide you so that you can leave your estate to the persons you want to. We also explain the procedural steps that are involved following your death, so you can make decisions about who to appoint as a suitable Trustee or Executor who can be trusted to manage your estate.

We also provide advice if you believe you may have a claim against an estate and have been left out of a relative’s or spouse’s will as well as acting for deceased estates and providing legal advice to executors and carrying out legal services once an individual has passed on. Regularly updating your will can be necessary when there are changes in your life such as the death of a partner, birth of children, the breakdown of marriage, the death of an executor.

RRR (Rossi, Ryan, & Raniga) Lawyers fees for these types of services are very reasonable having regard to the time we spend to ensure your wishes are met.

A Will To Protect Your Children
Many migrants do not have relatives in this country beyond their immediate family unit. For parents this can be the source of some genuine concern as they worry about the well being of their children and other loved ones in case of their own premature death. We put these questions to practising solicitor, Prakash Raniga.

Power of Attorney

Should you require your affairs to be looked after when you are away, or should you become ill, we can assist with the preparation of attorney documentation and give you advice about the appointment of someone to act for you.

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A Will To Protect Your Children

Many migrants do not have relatives in this country beyond their immediate family unit. For parents this can be the source of some genuine concern as they worry about the well being of their children and other loved ones in case of their own premature death. We put these questions to practising solicitor, Prakash Raniga

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