Wills & Estates Lawyer
"Rebecca thoroughly understands the importance of estate planning and in ensuring your wishes are clearly planned, stated and executed."
As Canberra’s only Accredited Specialist in Wills and Estates, you’ll be hard pressed to find a lawyer with more knowledge and expertise in this area of law than Rebecca Tetlow.
A Partner in the firm, Rebecca knows that clear and comprehensible advice is crucial to assisting you to make decisions about your estate planning arrangements. You will not find Rebecca producing “standard” documents for estate planning arrangements, instead her focus is foremost in providing thoughtful and considered advice tailored to your individual circumstances. Rebecca is also strategically skilled in complex probate applications and estate litigation.
Rebecca thoroughly understands the importance of estate planning and in ensuring your wishes are clearly planned, stated and executed. Rebecca’s ability to explain even the most complicated concepts in simple and logical language, combined with her sound technical skills provides the assurance you need for the things that matter most.
Rebecca has built strong relationships with other professional advisors, with whom she works to develop successful estate plans and who consistently recommend new clients to Rebecca for her expert advice. Rebecca’s passion for her craft is extended to her interest and growing practice in Elder law issues. Rebecca is currently the Chair of the ACT Law Society’s Elder Law and Succession Law Committee.
Preeminent Wills, Estates & Succession Planning Lawyer, ACT 2017 (Doyle's Guide to the Australian Legal Profession)
Recommended Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer, Australia 2017 (Doyle's Guide to the Australian Legal Profession)
Preeminent Wills & Estates Litigation Lawyer, ACT 2017 (Doyle's Guide to the Australian Legal Profession)
Preeminent Wills and Estates Litigation Lawyer, ACT 2016 (Doyle’s Guide to the Australian Legal Profession)
Accredited Wills and Estate Law Specialist (Law Society NSW)
Masters of Applied Laws, Wills & Estates (College of Law, Sydney)
Bachelor of Laws and Bachelor of Arts (Australian National University)