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Have you got a question about Estate Planning or Estate Litigation?
If you need advice in relation to a Will, Estate Planning or Estate Litigation we can help. If you have been left out of a Will or inadequately provided for, contact us today for a no-obligation appointment with expert estate lawyers.
How We Help
Expert help with Wills, Will Disputes, Estate Planning, Estate Litigation,
Letters of Administration and Probate matters.
Persons who believe that they have been insufficiently provided for or not provided for at all can, in many circumstances, bring a claim through the courts challenging a Testator’s wishes.
Every person has an obligation to make provision for certain people in their Will. If they fail to do so, a claim can be brought by an eligible applicant.
Drafting or Redrawing Wills
If you do not have a valid Will, your assets will be distributed according to a statutory formula. If you don’t have any next of kin your assets may end up in the hands of the Government.
An executor named in the Will usually has to apply for a Grant of Probate of that Will so that they can administer an estate.
Letters of Administration
We can assist relatives of a deceased who died without a Will to apply for letters of administration so that the deceased’s estate can be properly managed and administered.
10 Things You Need to Know Before Disputing a Will
As Melbourne’s leading estate litigation lawyers, we often hear from our clients how difficult it is for them to consider disputing the will of someone that was once close to them.
How We Work
Expert Legal Advice
We have successfully acted for hundreds of executors and beneficiaries resisting challenges brought by litigants.
We have also acted for hundreds of applicants for further provision.
The Best Results
We have recently achieved a number of outstanding results for our clients. In fact, we are proud that over 95% of our clients have had a successful outcome in their will dispute.
We would be pleased to apply our specialised knowledge and expertise to your matter.
Latest Wills & Estate News
Commenced 1 November 2017 Often a Willmaker leaves a specific gift in his or her Will and at the time of death it is no…
COMMENCED 1 NOVEMBER 2017 On 1 November 2017, the Administration and Probate and Other Acts Amendments (Succession and Related Matters) Act 2017 came into force….