If your family member or loved one has died and you think there’s a problem with how their belongings are being dealt with, you should contact a lawyer. You may think that your loved one wasn’t of sound mind when they made the will. You may be concerned that an Executor is dealing with the Estate in a way not consistent with the deceased’s wishes. You may have reason to expect to be provided for in a will, but have received nothing. A lawyer can help you with all of these problems.
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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
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
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
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