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Parker Law Qld

Parker Law Qld

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Parker Law QLD understands that buying or selling a residential or commercial property is a big decision and a significant matter for most people. Here at Parker Law QLD, we cater to all people making property transactions in Queensland. Parker Law QLD can assist in: Preparation of contracts for sale or purchase of land Contract review Farm transactions Commercial & Retail Leases Mortgages Commercial and industrial land sales Our conveyancing services are offered at competitive rates, and we deliver them through a highly qualified and experienced team that includes licensed conveyancers and industry experts.

Wills, Powers of Attorney & Estate Administration

We always recommend keeping your Will up to date as it makes distributing your estate far easier on your beneficiaries in what is already a hard enough time as it is. LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION In the some-what complicated event that a valid Will has not been left, Parker Law QLD can assist you with applying for Letters of Administration to the Supreme Court of QLD. In these circumstances, there is legislation that details how an estate may be distributed and by whom. The Supreme Court can appoint an Administrator to distribute the estate under the Wills, Probate and Administration Act 1898. ADVANCE HEALTH DIRECTIVE We can assist in the preparation of a Advance Health Directive so you can pre-choose health care options, when you may no longer have capacity to make decisions for yourself. PROBATE Parker Law QLD can help you apply to the Supreme Court of QLD for Probate in instances where there is a valid Will and you have been nominated as Executor of that Will. The Supreme Court can then grant probate which authorises you to distribute the deceased estate in accordance with the provisions of the Will. A Power of Attorney is a legal document whereby one person grants another person the authority to make legal and financial decisions on their behalf. A Power of Attorney can be used in several ways – from having another take care of your affairs whilst travelling to times of extended illness. An Enduring Power of Attorney takes this a step further, whereby the person nominated to manage the affairs (also called the “Donee”) may continue to manage the affairs once the person giving the power (also called the “Donor”) is found to have diminished mental capacity due to injury or illness. This arrangement can remain in place as long as the donor is still alive. Powers of Attorney can be prepared in two ways – to come into effect immediately and to continue once the donor suffers a loss of capacity; or to come into effect at a future time (such as the onset of mental incapacity). In order to sign a Power of Attorney, the donor must be capable of understanding the nature of the document they are signing and its effect. It is therefore important in situations where a Power of Attorney must be appointed that it is done so in a timely manner.

Commercial and Business Law

We have extensive experience in commercial and business law. We can assist you with: 1. Partnership agreements 2. Shareholders agreement 3. Share or unit sale agreements 4. Review of franchise agreements 5. Review of service agreements 6. Terms of trade preparation or review 7. Preparation of agreements required in business 8. Acting for a seller or buyer of a business 9. Review of building contracts