Susan McDonald : Solicitor
Phone: 08 8311 3953 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Susan McDonald is the proprietor of Wills At Your Home.
Susan has been working full time as a Solicitor in the area of Wills, Enduring Powers of Attorney, Advance Care Directives and Deceased Estates for the past 14 years and has worked for the past 21 years as a Registered Nurse in aged care and palliative care.
Over the past fourteen years Susan has drafted hundreds of Wills and assisted numerous executors and administrators with the estates of their loved ones.
Susan is in the unique position of being able to bring both her medical and legal knowledge to appointments with clients who may be frail, elderly or palliative. Susan is able to utilise the skills she has learnt over many years to not only provide the best possible legal advice to her clients but she is also able to reassure the client’s family which brings a sense of calm to what can be a difficult time in people’s lives.
Susan is practical, down to earth, approachable and with a sense of humour.
Out of the office Susan is a lover of all rescue animals and she enjoys walking, reading and meeting new people.
Qualifications and industry involvement
Susan obtained a Bachelor of Laws and Legal Practice in 2003 and a Bachelor of Nursing Practice in 1996. Susan is admitted to the Supreme Court of South Australia and the High Court of Australia and she is a member of the Law Society of South Australia and the Australian Nursing and Midwifery Federation (SA) Branch.
‘Will It Your Way’ Charity
Susan is very proud to be a Will Maker for the registered charity ‘Will It Your Way’.
Will It Your Way is an initiative of Kay Catanzariti who lost her son Ben at age 21 years in a workplace incident in 2012.
Susan fully supports Kay in her goal to encourage as many young Australians as possible, to be aware of the importance of making a legally binding Will, Enduring Power of Attorney and Advance Care Directive.
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