A Will is a legal document in which you set out your intentions and instructions in relation to how you want your Estate Assets to be distributed after your death. Having an up-to-date Will is, therefore, an essential part of every person’s basic Estate Planning. Wills may be basic and leave your assets to named beneficiaries absolutely
Senior Associate Solicitor
Blaise is an experienced Contested Estate Litigation Lawyer who specialises in advising and representing spouses and children who have been left out of a will or not adequately provided for, to get what they deserve.
Blaise is an experienced Lawyer who specialises in advising those who have been left out of a will, as well as clients who need assistance with their division of property post separation, ensuring that they get what they deserve.
With over 7 years’ experience working in a Sydney boutique law firm Blaise is expanding from Wills and Estate law to family law matters focusing on property divison.
Blaise has worked on a wide range of estate litigation matters including family provision claims, contested probate and will validity claims and estate administration disputes.
Blaise is experienced in identifying and navigating the many issues that may arise for both parties in contested estate matters and those relating to the division of property post separation.
Blaise’s professional, client-focused and empathetic approach ensures a premium level of client service. She understands that her clients are often going through a very difficult and emotional time, and ensures they are fully supported and guided through the entire process to minimise their stresses wherever possible.
Blaise uses her knowledge and experience of the law to provide her clients with practical and comprehensive legal advice in plain English, despite the complexity of the matter.
Blaise’s objective is to resolve disputes in the most efficient and cost-effective manner, while achieving successful results for her clients. Wherever possible, she assists her clients to negotiate favourable settlements to avoid the significant delays, costs and emotional stress of Court proceedings so they can move forward with their lives.
Blaise holds a Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts from the University of Newcastle, and a Diploma of Legal Practice. Blaise was admitted as a solicitor of the Supreme Court of New South Wales in 2014.