Published 11 Aug 2016
There are myriad reasons why a will is contested or disputed, so much so that it can be confusing sometimes as to what warrants a worthy claim. Some of the more common reasons for someone contesting a will include:
How can i get a copy of a will to know if I was included?
One issue that commonly arises when it comes to the distribution of an Estate is whether a party is aware that they have been included in a will. If for any reason you feel you may be included in a will but haven't been informed, you need to contact the Executor of the Estate or the solicitor responsible for the will. In NSW, the following people are legally entitled to view or get a copy of a will:
How much does it cost to dispute a will?
Gerard Malouf and Partners Will Disputes Lawyers operate on a No Win No Fee basis so you only pay us when you're claim is successful. Our lawyers are experts in will disputes and fully equipped with the legal knowledge needed to help you win your claim. We understand that will disputes generally occur between close and extended family of the deceased and that this adds additional emotional stress to the situation.
You can remove some of this stress by contacting our team today for information on contesting a will.