Our Approach

We can help you with: 

  • Wills, Estate Planning and Powers of Attorney
  • Probate and estate administration
  • Wills and Estate Disputes

Planning for your own death, or dealing with the death of a loved one, can be a difficult issue to face.  We understand this, and take the time to listen and understand your specific intentions, no matter how complex your situation.

This means we can provide you with considered and clear advice, addressing your specific needs as well as the most common areas of concern such as protecting assets and avoiding disputes.

Our Offerings


A Will can be one of the most important documents you put in place during your lifetime.  A Will not only ensures that your loved ones know how you would like your assets to be handled once you pass away, but also ensures that your family and friends don’t experience the additional stresses and costs of administering your estate without a Will.

We can provide you with considered and clear advice in relation to your Will and the bigger picture of your estate planning needs.

Powers of Attorney

A power of attorney is a legal document by which you can appoint another person or people to make decisions on your behalf as your attorney/s in a range of circumstances.  It is important for you to consider the type and scope of your power of attorney whilst you have the legal capacity to do so.

At Trinity Law, we can provide you with advice regarding the different types of power of attorney documents and how they operate, and the legal responsibilities your attorney/s take on by accepting the role.  We can assist you to consider your individual financial, health and lifestyle requirements and who is best suited to meet those requirements as your attorney.

Deceased Estates

Dealing with the loss of a loved one is always a stressful and difficult time. It can be made even more so where you are required to deal with your loved one’s assets and affairs. Nevertheless, Courts expect that the assets and affairs of a deceased person will be dealt with promptly, and we can walk you through the necessary processes step by step.

Wills and Estate Disputes

Disputes can arise about the validity of the will, whether a person has been adequately provided for in a will, or the administration of the estate.  We provide representatives of the estate and potential claimants with advice and representation in relation to:

  • Family provisions claims
  • Contested Wills
  • Informal Wills
  • The capacity of the will maker
  • Concerns about the conduct of the executor, including breaches of executor duties and removal of executors.