Defending a Will
There are many ways in which an executor or administrator may find themselves defending a will. The validity of the deceased’s will may be challenged for a variety of reasons, a claim may be made under family provision legislation or there may be a dispute over the administration of the estate.
The process and law that applies to defending a will varies greatly depending upon the state where the deceased person lived. For further information about defending a will in the deceased’s state please click the appropriate link below:
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Have you been left out of a Will or treated unfairly? We offer a free assessment of your case and a no win no fee policy. We have a specialist team that deals only in Wills & Estates servicing NSW, VIC, QLD, ACT, SA & WA. The law relating to Wills and Estates can often be complex and confusing so we encourage you to make contact with our team.