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  • What You Didn't Know About No Win, No Fee Agreements

    07 SEPTEMBER 2018 CONTESTING A WILL LITIGATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION ESTATE DISPUTES

    Even though a no win, no fee agreement may appear to have no downside it is possible that its terms may place you at odds with your lawyer or see you having to accept a settlement which is lower than you might have wished! Read more

  • A Parent’s Obligation Is To Their Children: Grandchildren Must Exercise Patience!

    13 SEPTEMBER 2017 ESTATE DISPUTES CONTESTING A WILL PROBATE & DECEASED ESTATES

    Grandparents generally do not have a responsibility to provide for grandchildren. So what happens when grandchildren try and bring a claim against their grandparent's estate? Read more

  • Ensuring Your Wishes Are Carried Out The Way You Want!

    05 DECEMBER 2016 ESTATE DISPUTES WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING CONTESTING A WILL

    What if your most valuable belongings, like your house, did not go to who you intended? Things that may seem clear to us when we are writing a will may be uncertain to others later down the track! Read more

  • Mother Cuts Daughters From Will...But Court Disagrees!!

    27 OCTOBER 2016 CONTESTING A WILL ESTATE DISPUTES PROBATE & DECEASED ESTATES

    A parent is entitled to cut a child out of their will, particularly if there has been a serious break down in the relationship. However the reason behind the break down of the relationship can be reviewed by the court and adjustments in gifts can be made at the courts discretion. Read more

  • Was a Will made in Suspicious Circumstances?

    26 MAY 2016 ESTATE DISPUTES CONTESTING A WILL PROBATE & DECEASED ESTATES

    Are you a beneficiary of a Will? Do you think there are suspicious circumstances surrounding the Will’s preparation? This article talks about what circumstances are deemed suspicious by the court and how you can avoid an invalid Will.. Read more

  • Forging a Will

    01 MARCH 2016 WILLS & ESTATE PLANNING ESTATE DISPUTES PROBATE & DECEASED ESTATES

    Thinking of Forging a Will? Think again! We can assist you to ensure that your wishes are carried out correctly and minimise the chance of disputes with beneficiaries however forgery can cause more delays and damage than what it is worth! Read more

  • 7 Fundamentals for Getting the Best Possible Result in Court!

    16 FEBRUARY 2016 CONTESTING A WILL ESTATE DISPUTES LITIGATION & DISPUTE RESOLUTION

    Richard Martyn states 7 fundamental factors which, if handled correctly, will assist you in putting the merits of your position to the judge in the best possible light for your court matter. Read more