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Going to Court in NSW

Do I need to go to Court to contest or challenge a Will?

Going to Court in NSWOur aim is to try and resolve your matter as quickly and as cheaply as possible. We only go to Court as a last resort. This allows you to avoid unnecessary legal expenses.

We present the executor with thoroughly prepared and detailed documents outlining your claim. With the documents that we prepare for you the executor will have, from the onset, an understanding of the strength of your claim.

Unfortunately, not all executors behave responsibly when contesting a Will or challenging a Will. Even in cases where we present the executor with overwhelming evidence on the strength of their claim it is possible that they will refuse to settle. We will endeavour to resolve your claim before going to Court, however, depending on the attitude of the executor this might not always be possible.

In the event that your case is one of those unlikely cases where going to Court is necessary, you need not worry. Our Contested Wills & Estates Team will represent you. We will invest our expertise, knowledge and experience to ensure you achieve the best outcome.

Look for options for settling Court disputes? See Also: Mediation

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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