Do you feel that you have been left out of a will or don’t feel like you have been fairly provided for?
If you’re thinking of challenging a will, seeking expert advice, especially at what can sometimes be a very stressful time, will help to ensure the most ideal outcome.
Our team of experts will be able to provide accurate advice and recommendations around your grounds for challenging a will and how to challenge a will.
Below is information on how we can help if you are wanting to know if you can challenge a will and how you can contest a will.
Carbone Lawyers’ personnel have been representing clients for over 30 years.
With decades of experience, a team of experts who specialise in their fields and a client-centric approach – we are confident that we will be able to deliver the best possible outcome with respect to your legal matters.
Grounds For Challenging A Will
If you would like to find out if you have grounds for challenging a will, our estate & probate specialists will assess your case and provide advice and guidance around the best approach to take.
There are several circumstances where you may have grounds for challenging a will – you may have been left out of a will or you believe the assets and entitlements have not been administered appropriately.
How Can You Contest A Will?
Not everyone can contest a will. You may be able to contest a will if you are:
- The deceased’s child (and in some cases grandchild)
- The deceased’s parent
- The deceased’s spouse or de facto partner
- A former partner entitled to maintenance
- Dependent on the deceased
How to challenge a will, as we mentioned above, begins with determining if you have a right to make a claim.
Our team will then guide you through the process on how to challenge a will and will strive to get the very best outcome for you.
Get Expert Advice On How To Challenge A Will
Alternatively, you can fill out our online enquiry form and we will get back to you to arrange a time to meet with one of our estate and probate specialists.