It’s never easy to say goodbye to a loved one. In this difficult time, dealing with the legalities that follow can be confusing and overwhelming. Our estate lawyers can guide you through this process.

North Shore Law offers comprehensive estate services to support executors, personal representatives, and beneficiaries. We provide efficient and thoughtful service during what is often a period of grief and distress. 

We inform our clients of their responsibilities as executors and personal representatives and offer clear guidance throughout the estate administration process.

Our estate lawyers can assist you with:

  • The preparation of applications for probate and administration
  • Accounting of estate assets and liabilities
  • Establishment and continued administration of trusts
  • Distribution of estate assets among beneficiaries

We aim to administer estates as efficiently as possible, providing our clients with the best possible service. 

Learn more about our Estate Planning and Wealth Preservation services.

Estate Litigation

Disputes over wills and estates are often fraught, occurring during periods of heightened emotional vulnerability. We move quickly to protect our clients’ interests and to pursue resolutions early on.  

Every case and client is unique; we always take the time to listen carefully so that we can provide effective, tailored advice. As these matters are often sensitive, we work with our clients to develop an approach that balances the need to protect their interests with the need to avoid unnecessary escalation.

We are proficient in common estate litigation issues, representing executors, personal representatives, and beneficiaries in conflict.

Our estate litigators routinely assist clients with:

  • Applications in the course of administration of estates
  • Applications for rectification or construction of a Will
  • Estate litigation relating to the validity and variation of Wills

We have the knowledge to inform our clients of the recourse available, and the experience to strategically resolve estate litigation issues.