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Jacquie Blazey

associate, private clients | wills and estates

meet Jacquie

about Jacquie

melbourne office +61 3 9794 2597
law clerk and personal assistant: lynda winfield +61 3 9208 9832

about Jacquie

Jacquie has centered her career around perfecting her technical expertise while delivering compassionate client care.  With a nuanced understanding of the areas of wills, trusts, estate administration and litigation, Jacquie ensures that all of her clients receive sound legal guidance and appropriate solutions.

Jacquie has a genuine commitment to supporting clients in navigating the emotionally charged landscape of wills and estates.  With her compassionate approach, Jacquie works with her clients so that they feel heard, understood and involved in their legal matters.

“Thank you so much for your patience and kindness.  Dealing with people at such a difficult time in their lives must make your job emotionally trying at times, which makes your helpfulness and even temperedness even more extraordinary.  I really can’t say thank you enough” – client

Areas of Expertise

Proving and administration of informal Wills
Advanced care directives
All facets of Wills (including testamentary trust wills)
Appointment of medical treatment decision makers
Beneficiary buyouts
Challenging Wills and other estate litigation
Deeds of family arrangement
Estate administration
Executor’s commission applications
Letters of administration (intestacy)
Memorandums of wishes
Powers of attorney, including VCAT applications
Reseals of foreign grant of representation
Superannuation and death benefit nominations
Variations of trusts

additional qualifications

Certificate of Advanced Study and Training in Mediation and Dispute Resolution

recent experience

  • urgent successive grant of probate

    Our clients were two of the three executors appointed in their late father’s will.  Without their knowledge, their sister obtained a Grant of Probate on her own and tried to sell the main estate asset.  Our clients didn’t find out until two months later.  They originally went to another firm, who told them there was nothing they could do.  Within three days of working with the clients, we obtained a second Grant of Probate of the Will, which was to be used in conjunction with the first.  This guaranteed our clients’ involvement in all decisions relating to the estate moving forward, including the sale of the main asset.