Disputing or Contesting a Will
Sometimes, despite good intentions, family members or loved ones of a deceased person can feel unfairly treated in the distribution of an estate. It may be that a loved one feels under-recognised in the Will, suspects that the Will was fraudulent, believes that the deceased did not have the capacity to write a fair Will, or that the deceased was coerced into leaving a Will that resulted in an unfair distribution of the estate. It may also have been the case that the deceased left two Wills that were written closely together in time, and were contradictory.
We understand that challenging a Will can be an incredibly difficult and emotionally-charged situation, and that is why our lawyers listen with compassion and understanding. Our commitment is to ensuring that your legal rights are upheld, and that you achieve a fair outcome.