Sue Lyttleton has been acting as an Administration VCAT specialist lawyer for over 25 years. VCAT have entrusted Sue with the management of the financial affairs and legal advice of many Represented Persons.
We investigate, report and provide elder law legal advice on allegations of financial abuse and/or gross mismanagement of an older person’s financial affairs. Litigation is undertaken seeking recovery of assets lost in these circumstances.
Our probate and estate lawyers have been assisting executors with technical applications and estates for many years. Suzanne Lyttleton also accepts appointments to act as an Administrator directly from the Victorian Supreme Court.
Dealing with the death of a loved one is always an incredibly trying and emotional time. Our litigation lawyers can assist with seeking provision from an estate, defending claims, disputes relating to trusts and more.
Without a will, you deprive yourself of the opportunity of deciding how your assets are to be dealt with on your demise. Our experienced team provides quality power of attorney legal advice to ensure that your affairs are accurately recorded.
Succession planning helps ensure that your assets pass in the exact manner and distribution that you desire after your death through the use of a Will or a Discretionary Trust. Speak with our succession planning lawyers to discuss the options available.
Our philosophy is to deliver effective legal solutions whilst meeting these challenges with compassion. The loss of a loved one or a division in the family requires not only a strong legal background, but the ability to listen.
Our team offer accessibility, sensitivity and expertise to all of our clients. We recognise that everyone has a different narrative and Suzanne Lyttleton Lawyers strive to tailor our advice to the individual story.
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