Will Solicitors Central Coast

Do you need to update your will? Spencer Lawyers understands challenges and combines their experience with expert legal knowledge to help assist you to create a draft will on the Central Coast.

What sort of services do Our will solicitors offer?

We offer a complete suite of services to address every aspect of your needs. We will help you draw up a will that accurately reflects your wishes and covers all elements of your estate.

understanding Common Wills Jargon

We know there’s a lot of legal jargon around wills, and at Spencer Lawyers, we’ll do our best to make the process as clear and simple as possible. To get started, here’s a round up of some of the terms you’ll come across when you come to see us.

  • Estate – everything you own upon your death
  • Executor – the person who makes sure everything is distributed as you wish, according to your will
  • Beneficiary – people who are given a share of your estate
  • Residue – what is left after debts and costs are paid
  • Intestate – dying without leaving a will

There are many more terms and phrases that you’ll hear when you are creating a will, and at Spencer Lawyers, we’re always happy to answer your questions and assist you to understand the finer details.


A will is essential to ensure your belongings and assets are distributed as you wish. More than that, a will makes this distribution much easier. Grief is a difficult time, and having a clear, easily understood will means your loved ones can carry out your wishes with minimum confusion or conflict during a very difficult time.

A standard will is suitable for circumstances where things are straightforward – for example, if you are giving the whole of your estate to your spouse, if alive, or you have named beneficiaries.

A non-standard will is used in circumstances that are more complex, such as the distribution of assets to blended families, where there are interfamily loans.

We recommend you review your will regularly, especially after any significant life events such as separation, divorce, remarriage or buying a new home. It’s also important to update things should any key beneficiaries die, or if there is a major family dispute.

Here to help

At Spencer Lawyers, we’re proud to assist and serve our community on the Central Coast. We strive to offer friendly, compassionate services that give you the best legal knowledge when you need it most.


Making a will is one of the most important things you can do for your loved ones, and our team is available to support and guide you every step of the way. You can use our contact form to arrange an appointment or just give us a call on 0414709543 to organise an appointment at our Central Coast office today.