International Reseal Probate Lawyers is an outreach of the Southern Cross Legal Alliance, an association of legal practices in Auckland, Christchurch, Brisbane, Darwin, Perth, Adelaide, Melbourne and Sydney providing information on probate and administration of deceased estates in Australia.
We have experienced probate and estate lawyers in the following locations:
Australian Probate & Estate Lawyers
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Jessica Amberley has been working in Probate and Estate law in Melbourne, Australia, for over 15 years. Her friendly manner and expertise in the areas provides reassurance to clients during what can be difficult times.
Jessica works with clients who may be based overseas but where the estate of the deceased may contain assets or property in Victoria or Australia.
Perth, Western Australia, Australia
Eric graduated from the University of Western Australia in 1996 with a Bachelor of Laws. He was admitted as a Barrister and Solicitor of the Supreme Court of Western Australia and joined Robertson Hayles Lawyers in 1998.
Eric has over 18 years experience providing estate planning and administration services for his clients. He has an in-depth knowledge of these areas of practice and has been involved in complex litigation involving inheritance claims. Eric is a recommended lawyer in the Doyle’s 2018 listing of leading Western Australian Wills, Estates and Succession Planning Lawyers having been identified by both clients and his peers in the legal fraternity for his exeprtise and abilities iin these areas of the law.
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Neumann & Turnour
Brisbane, Queensland, Australia
Stephen Potts is an Accredited Specialist in Family Law and the Managing Director of Neumann & Turnour Lawyers.
The majority of Stephen’s practice focuses on personal legal services including estate planning and administration, enduring powers of attorney and family law disputes and resolution. He has extensive experience with complex property matters involving private and publicly listed companies, trusts and partnerships. He works with other professionals including accountants, financial planners, and counsellors. Stephen is able to advise and represent you in court proceedings or through non-court processes, such as mediation.
Stephen regularly appears as an advocate before the Family Court of Australia, the Federal Circuit Court of Australia, Queensland State Courts and at private mediations.
Darwin, Northern Territory, Australia
Brett graduated from the Australian National University in 1976 with a Bachelor of Arts and in 1978 with a Bachelor of Laws. He has a wide range of experience in legal practice since graduating, including in the areas of wills, enduring powers of attorney / advanced personal planning, probate and estate administration. He has provided legal services in general practice, based in Darwin, Northern Territory, in his own firm since July 2000.
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