Other Will Disputes
The most common will disputes are family provision applications and challenges to the validity of a will. However, there are many other types of will disputes that executors, beneficiaries and other interested parties can become involved in.
Other types of will disputes include:
- Disputes about the terms of a will (construction cases);
- Disputes about an error or mistake in a will (rectification cases);
- Disputes where the deceased person’s death has been unlawfully caused by a person with an interest in the will (forfeiture rule cases);
- Disputes about whether the executor should be removed from their position (executor removal cases);
- Disputes about how the estate should be administered or whether the estate has been properly administered (estate administration cases); and
- Disputes about the making of a will for a person who does not have testamentary capacity (statutory will cases)
Armstrong Legal has a team that practices exclusively in Wills and Estates Law and we are here to guide you through the process and help you achieve the best possible outcome. If you need advice in relation to a contested wills matter or any other legal matter, please contact us on 1300 038 223.