Area of expertise: Estate Planning and Wills.
Despite only starting with Lynn and Brown as an associate in February 2016, Alyce is full steam ahead. She focuses on providing quality estate planning and administration advice to her clients while helping them plan for the future and demystifying the legal process.
Since being admitted to the Supreme Court of Western Australia in December 2010, Alyce has been providing advice on estate planning. Working with trusted accountants, financial advisors and planners. She makes sure her clients receive the best possible advice. Alyce considers her clients’ current personal and business asset structures and provides advice on whether restructuring their assets would provide a long-term benefit. As well as estate planning, she provides advice and guidance to executors of estates.
When Alyce isn’t helping her clients, you’ll likely find her baking cakes or enjoying Perth’s surrounds.
To connect with me, you can request a complimentary phone chat or find out more by visiting my website at https://www.lynnandbrown.com.au/team/alyce-martin/
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