About De Silva Hebron
Based in Darwin, De Silva Hebron is a local family business, practicing in all areas of the law. De Silva Hebron represents individuals, small to large business, property managers, associations, insurers, other legal firms and the public sector. At De Silva Hebron, we have a solid reputation in all areas of litigation including company and contractual disputes, construction law, bankruptcy and insolvency, partnership disputes, debt collection, professional negligence and work health and medical negligence. Our commercial department offers a broad range of Darwin legal services ranging from sales and purchases of businesses and properties, finance and partnership agreements, self-managed super funds, liquor licensing, trusts, wills and estates. At De Silva Hebron, we are committed to providing legal advice and representation to all clients, and we pride ourselves on providing realistic, practical and efficient solutions to your legal problems. If you require legal advice, please contact De Silva Hebron. Our Darwin lawyers are here to assist you with your legal requirements, no matter how large or small.
Providing services in all aspects of Law
Civil Litigation Law
Motor Accident Compensation
Will & Estates
Personal Injury Law
Workers Compensation Law
Association and Non-Profit Organisations
Estate Planning Services
Sale and Purchase of a Business
Bankruptcy & Insolvency
General Personal Injuries
Motor Accidents Compensation
Powers of Attorney
Sale and Purchase of Residential Premises
Sale and Purchase of Commercial Premises
Sale and Purchase of Business
Planning and Subdivision
Commercial Premises Leasing
Employment Contracts and Disputes
Industrial Relations Representation
Ways to Pay
Member of REINT
Member of Chamber of Commerce
Frequently Asked Questions
Why should I make a will?
While many people think only the rich and famous need a will, this is simply not the case. Anyone can benefit from having a will in place, especially if you have children and additional assets other than your family home and life insurance policy. Without a will your belongings will not necessarily go to your loved ones.
How do I make sure my will is followed?
As part of your estate planning you will choose an executor who will be responsible for managing your estate to ensure all assets are distributed to the correct people or organisations. This could be a loved one, trusted friend or your lawyer.
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