Lauren Weatherley

Lawyer

Lauren’s primary areas of practice are:

Lauren is one of our lawyers working in the areas of Wills, trusts and estates and property law.

Estate Planning

Lauren works with our clients in the development of an estate plan to manage their requirements both during their lifetime and following their death, always taking their individual circumstances into account.

Lauren assists clients with the preparation of all estate planning documents including:

  • Wills (with or without Discretionary Testamentary Trusts);
  • Enduring Powers of Attorney
  • Appointments of Enduring Guardian with Advance Health Care Directives; and
  • Funeral wishes.

In the area of Trusts, Lauren handles a number of matters relating to variations and appointments under Trust Deeds.

Property Law

Lauren also works in the area of property law and has assisted clients in both the successful purchase and/or sale of residential and commercial properties, ensuring they achieve a positive outcome when dealing with what is often one of the most important financial transaction in their lives.

Memberships

Law Society of New South Wales - Member

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Recent articles by Lauren

When I purchase property, at what point will stamp duty be due?

At what point of my NSW property transaction will stamp duty be payable?

Stamp duty (now called transfer duty in NSW) is a tax imposed by the NSW Government upon the transfer of the title to the property from a Vendor to a Purchaser. In this blog, we look at when NSW stamp duty is payable on property transactions for both commercial and residential properties.
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How do I appoint an Enduring Guardian?

Appointment of an Enduring Guardian

An Enduring Guardian is someone of your choice whom you appoint to make decisions on your behalf concerning your health and wellbeing when you become incapable of, or not in a position to do so yourself.
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How do I make a Power of Attorney?

Power of Attorney NSW – your complete guide

A Power of Attorney is a document which enables you to appoint someone to manage your financial and legal affairs when you are unable to do so. This blog is aimed to provide you with a comprehensive guide about General and Enuring Powers of Attorney.
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Recognising and acting on elder abuse

Elder abuse – protection and prevention

Elder abuse can take many forms including physical abuse, sexual abuse, emotional or psychological abuse, neglect, abandonment, financial abuse and self-neglect. In this article, we look at how to recognise elder abuse and how lawyers deal with it.
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