Have you been unfairly provided for in a Will?
The death of someone close is a testing time. Contesting a Will can make things even more difficult. But if you believe you’re entitled to more from a deceased estate, we may be able to help.
Even though the law recognises a person's right to choose who will inherit his or her property, there are often very good reasons why a person should be contesting a Will.
Reasons for contesting a Will include:
- You’ve been left out of the Will
- You've been unfairly provided for
- The Will is not valid
- The administrator was negligent
- There is no Will
Whatever your reason for contesting a Will, we’ll listen, and we’ll work with you to help you get what you’re entitled to.
By working with us:
- We make sure the claim is viable
- We check the size and scope of the estate
- We negotiate your best outcome
- We minimise the stress
Contesting a Will can be complicated, but we can guide you through the process and keep you informed about your options at every step.
Our team of expert estate litigation lawyers have many years of experience in handling a wide range of disputes and other estate matters. We can determine if you’re entitled to make a claim and let you know what the outcome is likely to be.
Strict time limits apply
These vary from state to state, so it’s essential to get legal advice as soon as you can. We are able to offer a No Win - No Fee cost agreement in most matters relating to Will disputes.
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If you’ve been unfairly provided for, left out of a Will, or even if there was no Will at all, you could be eligible for financial compensation.Make an Enquiry