Planning for the future is an essential part of life. We can prepare your will or help you with Estate administration or dispute matters.

  • Wills

  • Powers of Attorney

  • Advance Care Directives

  • Estate Administration

  • Spanish Wills & Estates


Preparing a Will and a Estate Plan is perhaps one of the most important steps you can take to take care of your loved ones once you go.


We can assist with preparing a will that reflects your wishes and that ensures that your beneficiaries are provided for as you intended. We can guide you through this process and advise you on all property and estate matters so that you can make informed decisions as to your wishes after death.


You certainly don’t have to wait until you are of retirement age to have a will. Certain things in life are inevitable and being prepared through a well drafted Will can ensure your loved ones are provided.


With a will you can ensure that:

  • your personal effects and assets are distributed according to your wishes

  • a person of your choice acts as the executor of your estate

  • your children are well cared for by nominating a person of trust to be their guardian.



It is important that you review your will periodically or when your life circunstances change, for instance:

  • you get married or divorce

  • you have a child or there is a death in your family

  • your financial situation and assets change


We can also help you contest the validity of a will or assist you challenge a Will if you have the right to do so.



December 10, 2017

Lawyers welcome same-sex marriage reform

Australian lawyers have welcomed the recent legalisation of same-sex marriage, after a prolonged national debate. 

August 29, 2017

‘Likes’ after death: handling the deceased’s social media

How a person’s death affects access to their digital footprint is an issue that will increase in importance as social media usage continues to proliferate from the young and the early adopters to the mainstream.

Grants of probate or administration

The Supreme Court of South Australia is the Court that has exclusive jurisdiction in this State to make orders in relation to the validity of a will of a deceased person, the appointment of an executor or an administrator and the administration of a deceased estate.  

Please reload


Level 1, 130 Franklin Street, Adelaide SA 5000

PO Box 229, Burnside SA 5066

    0477 269 867   l   info@cifuenteslaw.com.au


Liability limited by a Scheme approved under Professional Standards Legislation