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At GMP we have a unique approach to contesting a will costs.

We find that when new clients phone us they are very concerned about the cost of will disputes and this ranks as the no 1 issue for a new client – what we’re going to charge you at the end of the case.

Some other law firms also say they offer to contest a will on a no win no fee basis as we do, but this just doesn’t cut it. You need to know more than this.

As a client, you want to know how much you are going to lose out of the verdict or settlement.

After reading about our firm and our contesting will lawyers, like most people you will understand that we are experts and rarely do we have to discuss this further with you, but of course we are happy to do so.

However, the costs and our charge rate discussion is very important and we always go into full detail about this with new clients.

Our firm’s written cost agreement states that we’re the only firm in Australia willing to reduce our fees in the event that the client is dissatisfied because we’re willing to share a problem with a client and also we’re so confident in our abilities as contesting will lawyers to achieve a great result for you.

What we have found is that clients rarely ever ask for a reduction because our firm’s fee structure is reasonable and we structure the settlement to reflect the size and benefit of the settlement for the client. So we reduce our fees to reflects this and satisfy our clients probably without them even knowing it.

We tailor our fees to reflect the size of the settlement. We’re not allowed by law to charge a percentage of any result. We can only charge at an agreed hourly rate. We would never charge more than the agreed hourly rate as occurs with so many other firms. 

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