Langenberg Law is a conveniently located general practice in Bella Vista in NSW. Although Family Law is our passion, we also specialise in Property Law and Conveyancing, Estate Planning, Drafting Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardians, and Wills and Probate.
Our promise is that we will always be on your side, no matter how difficult things may appear. We believe there is always an answer, a resolution, and a way forward. Landenberg Solicitors will provide assistance in a range of matters relating to Family Law and De Facto Relationships, including Prenuptial Agreements; Divorce; Property Settlement and Spousal Maintenance; Family Mediation and representation at Family Court; Domestic and family violence and AVOs; Child support payment; Child custody and visitation rights by parents and grandparents; Guardianship and Adoption; and representation at the Children’s Court.
Whether you are buying or selling a home, unit, vacant block, strata title, commercial real estate or rural property, LANGENBERG solicitors will be able to assist with all the stages of NSW property transactions. Our experience and knowledge of Contract Law enables us to draft or review Contracts of Sale, Auctions, Building, Leasing, or Property Tenancy. Our services further extend into areas of Dispute Resolution and Litigation; Retirement Village purchases, leases and service contracts; Liaising with financial institutions with regard to deposit bonds, loans, mortgages and discharges of mortgages; and even First Home Owner Grant advice to first home buyers.
In New South Wales a Power of Attorney is used to appoint someone to make financial decisions on your behalf such as selling your house or operating your bank accounts; and appointing an Enduring Guardian is to appoint someone to make health and living arrangement decisions on your behalf. Both appointments are vital in the event of you no longer being able to make these decisions for yourself. Landenberg Solicitors care about helping you to legally achieve the outcome you want.
At LANGENBERG LAW we understand that dealing with a deceased estate is one of the more difficult challenges when you’re grieving the loss of someone important in your life. Our Solicitors can assist by Interpreting the Will; Advising executors and trustees about their duties and rights; Applying for Probate where necessary; Dealing with intestacy (where there is no Will); Informing government bodies; Identifying estate assets and liabilities; Collecting estate financial assets and paying estate debts; Administering trust funds; Distributing bequests and inheritances to beneficiaries; Organising information for estate tax returns; Family mediation and negotiation if necessary; and Contesting wills and defending estate litigation in the Supreme Court if need be.
Estate planning goes beyond drafting a Will. Estate planning is an active process of re-evaluating your estate, should circumstances in life change. These changing circumstances may result from a couple marrying or divorcing; or a change to the family’s asset pool; or a change in working conditions such as the buying or selling of a business; or changes to superannuation, insurance policies or taxation levels; or the establishment of discretionary trusts.
Whatever your changing circumstances, our Solicitors will be able to help you put a succession plan in place that will make any transition easier, not only for yourself but also for your family and/or your employees. And every detail is taken into account, like provisions for your retirement income, as well as the plans, aptitudes and existing assets of any of your upcoming generations.