Contesting a Will – How?

Challenging or Defending a Challenge to a Will?

Have you been left out of a will? You need expert legal advice to determine if you are an eligible person to contest a will. You need to ensure that you do not miss any time limits regarding the claim in order to maintain your prospects of success.

The Succession Act 2006 (formerly referred to as the Family Provision Act 1982) is legislation in NSW.

This law determines how inheritance is managed upon the death of a person and the how will is handled.

Due to the complex nature of family relationships in Australia today, wills can be challenged as to their validity or contested if it contains unfair provisions.

So are you an eligible person to contest or challenge a will?

Is there a time limit for making a claim? and

What factors does the court consider in such cases?

Linda Emery & Associates can help you answer these questions and assist your potential claim.

Linda understands the personal and emotional nature of such matters and aims to to deliver a stress free outcome.

Telephone our office now on (02) 4323 4766.

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