Family Provision Claim
The family provision ACT in NSW, Victoria & QLD recognises that we have a moral obligation to provide for people who are dependent on us when we die, by giving them adequate provision in our Will. If you believe that you have not been adequately provided for in the will of a family member, then you have the ability to make a Family Provision Claim on their Estate.
At the time of losing a loved one the thought of making a Family Provision claim is often the furthermost thing on your mind. However, despite this being a difficult time, you need to be aware that there are time frames on making a case and these time limits commence from the date of death of your loved one.
If you need advice on your eligibility for contesting a will in NSW, Victoria & QLD whether your claim would be successful then you need to speak to our lawyers. We seek justice everyday for those who have been unfairly dealt with in a Will.
All legal conflict has the ability to cause stress and emotional issues for those involved and no more so with a Family Provision Claim. This is why you need to ensure that the legal advice you are receiving, is advice from experts in, these types of cases and who know the issues, know the law and use this knowledge to your advantage. GMP are the experts in will disputes and have successfully assisted countless clients in similar circumstances to your own.
If you believe that you have been unfairly left out of a Will, then you need to speak to the expert lawyers as soon as possible. Your first consultation is FREE and thereafter our services are provided on a strict “No Win No Fee Basis”. This means that you do not have to pay our legal costs if your case is not successful.
Family Provision Claim on a “No Win No Fee” basis*.
Please us on 1800 004 878 and we will arrange an appointment at an office convenient to you. Your First Consultation is Free and we will manage your family provision claim in Victoria, NSW, QLD on a No Win No Fee, Fixed Fee basis supported by our Unique Service Guarantee.