Melville McGregor Takeover
Have you used our services prior to 2015? We underwent a rebrand!
What happened to Melville Mcgregor Lawyers?
Ownit Conveyancing traded as Melville McGregor Lawyers prior to 2015. After taking over that year, we underwent a rebrand into the helpful conveyancers you know today!
We previously were located at Shop 3, 100 City Road, Beenleigh QLD 4207 and 11 Main Street, Beenleigh QLD 4207 before that.
What does this mean for me?
If you engaged with us prior to 2015 for conveyancing and/or wills and estates, you may have documentation that states ‘Melville McGregor’ as the firm that prepared it.
If you have a will in our safe custody or estate ready to be administered, our friendly team is on hand to answer any questions you may have.
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Wills and Estate Planning Services
Estate planning is the process of implementing the legal documents needed to ensure that you and your loved ones are looked after and provided for according to your wishes if you die or lose the capacity to make decisions due to illness or injury. Unfortunately, estate planning is a task that many people put off.
At Ownit Conveyancing, we make estate planning affordable, efficient and simple. Our solicitors have extensive experience in estate planning and will work with you to mitigate risks and ensure estate planning that’s in your best interest.
What are the benefits?
- Peace of mind – your estate plan can give you confidence that you and your loved ones will be looked after in accordance with your wishes if you die or lose the capacity to make your own decisions.
- Flexibility – with our professional advice, you can structure your estate plan to provide flexibility in terms of the allocation of the income and capital of your estate among your loved ones.
- Tax effectiveness – estate planning can be used to minimise taxation liabilities for you and your loved ones, both during your lifetime and after you have died.
- Asset protection – estate planning can help to protect your assets from attack in family law and bankruptcy proceedings, both during your lifetime and after you have died.