Grant advises clients on deceased estates and estate planning, this
includes the preparation of wills, powers of attorney and also applications
to Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal in relation to guardianship and
Grant has decades of experience in the law and uses this experience to
assist his clients. He enjoys getting to know his clients and provides caring
advice during often stressful times.
Grant has been a partner at Phillips & Wilkins since 1990 having joined the
firm in 1983. He is a member of the Law Institute of Victoria Elder Law
Committee. He enjoys playing competitive bridge and has been a St Kilda supporter
for more years than he cares to admit.
- What Happens to Your Finances When You Get Too Sick?
- What Is A Life Interest? And How To Create One In Your Will
- Capacity To Make A Will: What You Need To Know
- Want to Know What Happens To Your Assets After Death?
- Know Your Obligations When It Comes To Your Will and Your Family
- Power Of Attorney – What Is It And Do I Need One?
- Making A Will? Who Should Be Your Executor?
- Dying Without A Will: Changes to Intestacy Laws
- Find out where you should and should not be keeping your will
“My mother was a long-time client of Grant and as an executor of my mother’s Will, which was executed by Grant, I had many appointments with Grant. I felt that he put the interests of my mother’s, myself and my sister at the centre of all our interactions.”Christine P