Disputing a Will? Penrith’s leading estate lawyers can help you contest it
Do you feel like you’ve been treated unfairly under a loved one’s will? Our solicitors can help you get your fair share, even if it’s a legally binding Will
Having to contest a Will is something that no-one wants to think about. But sometimes the death of a loved one can result in disputes about the validity of their Will or what should happen to their assets. Should you feel that the Will hasn’t treated you fairly, you can contest it.
It is a straightforward process, with our expert Wills and Estates lawyers guiding you through each of the four simple steps.
- Step 1: Book a consultation
- Step 2: Agree to proceed
- Step 3: Let us prepare your claim
- Step 4: We act on your behalf in negotiating a settlement (usually out of court).
- If the matter can’t be settled, we move to Step 5: Go to court.
If something doesn’t feel right, take your chance – speak up now.
What Clients Say
Are you an Executor of a Will that’s being contested?
Mourning a loved one while carrying out the legal duties of a Will Executor is incredibly challenging. But an estate that’s contested? That brings additional stress and burden.
With the support of Penrith’s leading lawyers in Wills and Estate planning and disputes, though, you’ll make informed decisions with confidence. We’ll remove the complexity by simplifying the law, explaining any uncertainties before navigating the legal challenges on your behalf.
Whether we’re advising Executors where there are no disputes or working with those managing contested estates, the goal is the same; to make what is a difficult time as simple as possible.
If you need support, book a free consultation now.
Concerned about the legal costs of being an Executor of a contested estate?
You don’t need to be. Because the Executor is representing the wishes of the deceased, the cost of legal advice is usually covered by the estate, not the Executor.
So talk with the team that understands – we respect your need to mourn while working as diligently as possible for resolution.