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Adrian Corbould

Lawyer & Accredited Specialist (Wills & Estates Law)

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Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law in NSWAdrian commenced with Turnbull Hill Lawyers in 2002 and practises exclusively as a member of the Contested Wills & Estates Team, working alongside Warwick GilbertsonMary Windeyer, Kaylyn Lyle and Amy Warden.

For more than 15 years, Adrian has helped hundreds of clients, and his tenacity and experience make him one of the most sought after Will Contest Lawyers in New South Wales (NSW). Adrian had primary carriage for the successful appellant in the landmark NSW Court of Appeal contested wills case, Nicholls v Hall & Ors [2007] NSWCA 356. The matter is now one of the most frequently cited cases involving adult child claimants in estate disputes.

Adrian also maintained carriage for the successful parties in other Supreme Court cases including:

  • McGowan v Waites [2006] NSWSC 465
  • Baker v Colyer [2007] NSWSC 1225
  • Ulcej v Hannink [2008] NSWSC 479
  • Clarke v Clarke [2008] NSWSC 1130
  • Stern v Sekers [2010] NSWSC 59

Adrian has extensive experience in Will Disputes, Contested Wills, Challenged Wills, Family Provision Claims and Inheritance Disputes in the Equity and Probate Divisions of the Supreme Court.

Adrian is an Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law.

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Adrian Corbould

Adrian Corbould is a Law Society Accredited Specialist in Wills & Estates Law. For more than 15 years he has helped hundreds of clients in contested estate matters. His tenacity and experience make him one of the most sought after Will Contest Lawyers in New South Wales (NSW).

Adrian is an Accredited Specialist within the Contested Wills & Estates Team. In certain circumstances, the team operates on a 'No Win, No Fee' basis. If you'd like to discuss your circumstances with a member of the team, call us and ask for a Free Appraisal.

 

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