Wills and Estates
Making a Will can give you peace of mind. If you already have a Will, then it is important to review it periodically as people’s circumstances can change with time. On the other hand, if you have concerns that you have been unjustly overlooked in a family member’s Will or adequate provision has not been made for you or your children, then it is important to know where you stand in terms of your legal rights and entitlements. We can help you with:
Making a Will, Power of Attorney or Enduring Guardianship
Probate and Letters of Administration
Contesting a Will
Making a Family Provision claim
If you are involved in an estate dispute and your matter is in the early stages, it may be possible to resolve the dispute amicably without going to Court. Our principal, Eugene Gramelis, is highly experienced in conducting negotiations. To keep your costs as low as possible, we will explore with you options such as conducting round-table settlement discussions with the other party and their lawyers or arranging mediation. We understand that this is an emotional time for you, and the expense of going to court is often an issue, so we do our best to resolve your matter while at the same time pursuing the best possible outcome for you.
You may rest assured that regardless of whether your matter settles or goes to court, we will pursue your rights and entitlements with vigour and tenacity. Eugene Gramelis is well-versed in the principles of Wills and estate law and has vast experience in the conduct of litigation in this area, having appeared and argued matters in this area at all levels of the jurisdiction.
Eugene understands the importance of timing in a matter. I found he had a good eye for detail, was able to organise information expertly, and was well-networked. It seemed to me that he was always three or four steps ahead. His past experience as a barrister was evident. I highly recommend Gramelis Attorneys.
Gabriella, Miranda, NSW - Project Manager