Oct
05

The Probate Assistance you Require from Lodge Brothers Legal Services

Lodge Brothers Legal Services take pride in delivering compassionate and pragmatic legal guidance with utmost efficiency and professionalism.¬†Lodge Brothers Legal assistance aims to alleviate the burdens on families during trying times when a beloved family member passes away, ensuring that the intricacies of legal procedures do not compound the distress that often accompanies such circumstances. … Continue reading »

May
07

Lodge Brothers Probate | Removing the Stress and Giving you Complete Peace of Mind

Probate is the lawful process that takes place after someone dies which facilitates the distribution of their assets and settlement of their debts. When an individual dies, their property and assets (referred to as their estate) are left behind. Probate is the legal process used to identify, value and finally distribute the assets of the … Continue reading »

Sep
07

Legal Attorneys offer probate services

Lodge Brothers Legal Services is a team of dedicated attorneys who specialise in assisting with Lasting Power of attorney, Wills and Probate services. Inspired by personal attention Lodge Brother Legal aims to provide practical and caring services to all who reach out to them in their time of need.¬†Where a person is taking the proactive … Continue reading »

Aug
07

You decide on your funeral details

A lasting power of attorney document serves as a legal instruction which allows you, the donor, to appoint someone, generally an attorney who has expertise and is permitted to provide legal advice, for the purpose of making decisions on your behalf when you are not able to, for instance should you become mentally or medically … Continue reading »

Apr
07

The importance of the application of the law during Probate

Lodge Brothers Legal Services attorneys are often asked to explain what exactly probate is. The answer is that probate is part of the legal process which takes place after someone has passed on and involves proving to the court, that the Will of the deceased, is a true, valid and an legal document. This is … Continue reading »