The Public Trustee has moved to a new office in Launceston, reflecting the growing demand for will and estate planning services in Northern Tasmania.
The office at 33 George Street was officially opened on Thursday.
Public Trustee chief executive officer David Benbow said the new office was required in order to achieve the organisation's long-term goals.
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"Increased demand in the north has now led to expanding our Launceston workforce and providing a more structured career path for our Launceston staff," he said.
"The expansion follows a strategic restructure of our service delivery teams, which created a specialist Launceston based team to provide estate and enduring power of attorney administration services."
The Public Trustee has operated for 100 years in Tasmania, offering will and estate services, acting as estate executor or administrator, and acting as attorney or trustee.
Attorney-General Elise Archer said it was an important service for Tasmanians.
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