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Estate Lawyers and Family Lawyers

Wills, Estate Litigation, Estate Planning & Family Law

Our estate and family lawyers help you to plan, so that you can protect yourself, your future, your family, your assets and your businesses. Lawyers in Mona Vale, Northern Beaches & Lawyers in Gosford, Central Coast.

We can provide realistic advice, draft usable documents, and help you to understand and put in place the plans you need. When necessary, we will advocate for you in Court – to provide realistic advice and the best outcomes. We believe in effective negotiation, providing as much simplicity as possible and as much complexity as your matter demands. We’re flexible, so you choose the level of services you need.

Disputed Wills & Estates

The loss of a loved one is a difficult time and grief can make dealing with even the simple tasks a struggle. Family conflicts, disappointed expectations, disagreements and other matters can make this time even harder. We have extensive experience to help navigate these processes after a loved one has passed away.

Estate Planning

Estate Planning is more than a will. We all want to protect what is important to us. An Estate Plan gives you the peace of mind that your future wishes are followed. It can mean protecting your assets and business. It can mean protecting your family and children or planning for your legacy. 

Family Law

Divorce and Property

Separation and Divorce are stressful times in life. We can help whether you need advice on a property split or children. We can also help with ‘pre-nups’ (called binding financial agreements in Australia) before you enter a relationship, during or after the relationship. At all stages we will help you navigate the law and the difficult times you are going through. While attempting to avoid Court, if necessary we will advocate for you and your children.


At Carter O’Neill Legal we understand that dealing with a deceased estate is one of the more difficult challenges in life. From mountains of paper work to legal jargon and simmering family disputes, they’re the last things you want to deal with when you’re grieving the loss of someone important in your life. 

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