Organising personal and property affairs is an important but sometimes difficult conversation.
If you have reached or are nearing retirement age, our specialists can work with you to review your situation and your future aspirations to structure your personal and property affairs in the most suitable way.
While it is best to have your arrangements in place before incapacity or illness, we can also assist if you have family members who have become incapacitated without appointing an enduring power of attorney.
Purchasing property in a retirement home or village is very different to purchasing standard real estate, our specialists can guide you through this process and the legalities involved.
Our Elder Law team ensure each matter is individually thought out and understood and cover an extensive range of matters, including:
- Occupational Rights Agreements
- Succession planning
- Enduring Powers of Attorney
- PPPR applications (Property Manager and Welfare)
- Capacity issues
- Residential care loans/subsidies
- Administration of accounts
- Asset protection
- Elder Abuse