Contested Wills

Contested Wills

Disputes in relation to wills and estates are common. It is a challenging area and often the cause of distress to family and friends of a deceased relative or friend.

There are a number of ways that wills can be challenged. Family provision claims can be commenced by eligible parties seeking provision, or a greater provision, be made for them from an estate. Challenges can also arise if there is a dispute as to the validity of the will or the capacity of the deceased person to have made a will.

We have also assisted clients regarding disputes arising from a failure to properly administer an estate or challenging the validity of the will or the probate itself.

If you are a concerned relative or friend, you need an experienced lawyer to consider your circumstances and give you the advice you need.

Baker Love has an experienced team in all areas of wills and estate disputes and we have acted in many cases before the Supreme Court of NSW in this area.

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Life is unpredictable.

You need a Wills and Estate specialist who can help you articulate your wishes so you’re prepared for any circumstance.

A will allows you to express how your estate and finances should be divided after your death, and provides peace of mind so your family are aware of your wishes.

Big life events like the birth of a child, purchasing property, a terminal diagnosis or the death of a loved one can set things into perspective. Having an up-to-date Will ensures that your family, friends or even your community are cared for when you’re gone.

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