Conflict may arise where your loved one has not made a legal Will or where another family member decides to challenge a Will because they have been excluded or because they think they have been unfairly provided for.
As the death of a loved one is a hard time for all, it is important that you have access to legal advice from experienced estate lawyers so that you can make informed decisions during this difficult time. We recognise the importance of keeping family ties and will attempt to resolve the dispute without the need to enter into formal legal proceedings.
If you have any concerns, or think that someone may be contesting a loved one’s will, please contact the experienced lawyers at Dawson Lawyers for a consultation.
Contesting a Will
The death of a loved one is a challenging and difficult time, and contesting a Will can make things even more difficult. But if you believe that you are entitled to more from a deceased estate, the team at Dawson Lawyers can assist you.
Whatever reason for contesting the will, we are committed to listening to your concerns and working with you so that you get what you are entitled to. We can guide you through the process and make it as seamless as possible.
Some issues to look for include:
- You have been left out of the Will
- You have been unfairly provided for
- The Will is invalid
- The administrator or executor was negligent
- There was no Will
If you believe that you are entitled to a provision from a deceased estate, contact the team at Dawson Lawyers to discuss your situation.