While no one should consider contesting a will lightly, sometimes there are reasonable grounds for questioning the nature of a will’s validity and procurement.
After someone dies the law offers protection to categories of people who have been unfairly left out of the person’s will or receive nothing when a person fails to make a will. If you fall into one of these categories, you need to act quickly. Time limits apply and you need an experienced solicitor to tell you whether or not you have a case. Without that expertise you could instead end up having to pay the estate. When you have to make the call you need an experienced advisor in your corner.
If you require assistance regarding contention of a will, please contact us on 4228 0911 to find out how we can help.