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Strategic, Fixed-Price Wills & Estate Planning in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne & Perth

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Did you know an estimated 70% of families lose their wealth by the second generation, while 90% will lose it by the third? Professionally created wills and estate planning helps you gain control over what will happen to your hard-earned assets long after you’re gone.

Wills and estate planning isn’t just for the elderly. Anyone with assets or dependents should have a will drawn up or estate formally planned to protect their assets and the ones they love. Book a time to meet with our team online or submit a contact form to get started.

Our Wills & Deceased Estates Services


Ensure your wishes are carried out following your passing with proper estate planning. We help you cover all your bases in the eyes of the law.

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Wills & Trust

Protect your assets in the best way for your situation with a Will or Testamentary Trust. Our lawyers will help you plan and execute to your wishes.

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Deceased Estates
& Disputes

Have you been made the Executor of an estate or want to contest a will? Let us guide you on the most stress-free pathway in this difficult time.

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Thank you Alice Growden from Aspire Lawyer. I had a fantastic experience, trustworthy Lawyer. I highly recommend for anyone in need of expert legal assistance.

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Estate Planning V. Wills &
Testamentary Trusts

Many of our clients come to us asking the different between a will, testamentary trust and estate planning. Each is uniquely differently and can help you protect your assets in a different way.

A will is a legal document outlining who you want to inherit your assets, care for your children and other matters. A testamentary trust is similar to a will, with the key different being your estate is handed over to a trust after your passing. Estate planning is a combination of legal documents to dictate your wishes if you were to become incapacitated or in the event of your passing, with a will being one key part.

Our estate planning specialists at Aspire Lawyers in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth can help you setup the right plan for your passing to help protect your assets and legacy.

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The Empathetic, Strategic Advice You Need

Need help or advice on
disputing a will?

There are many reasons you may wish to contest or dispute a will, from a valued family member being inadequately provided for or the deceased
may have been mentally unfit to make some
decisions. This is where our Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne
and Perth wills and estate lawyers can help you
find the right course of action.

We understand this is a stressful and emotional
time, so make every effort to make the process as smooth as possible for you.

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100+ Years of Helping Australians Get Fair Treatment

Wills & Estate Lawyers in Sydney, Melbourne
& Perth Who Take the Time to Know You

Thinking about what will happen after you’re gone or resolving matters after a loved one has passed is never easy. At Aspire Lawyers, we have streamlined our processed to at least make the legal steps as smooth as possible, with fixed-priced services and our compassionate team. If you have any questions, we’re here to help.


Wills can be an extremely sensitive area. We’re renowned for providing practical, sensible guidance to help you get the result you’re after.


Our industry-leading processed have been crafted with ease and convenience in mind to make the wills and estates process simple.


It’s our job to expect the unexpected, ensuring you’re in a strong position today and beyond, whether for yourself or those you love after you’re gone.

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