Disputes related to inheritance that arise between family members and loved ones are quite common and occur for a number of reasons.
To ensure a favourable outcome is achieved it helps to have an experienced and qualified Inheritance Lawyer in your corner. Our Contested Wills & Estates Team approaches all disputed inheritance matters with sensitivity and compassion because we understand that it is a very difficult time for everyone involved.
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What are the limits on inheritance when the deceased estate is located in NSW?
The vast majority of discussion that relates to disputed inheritance cases revolves around property, which nowadays typically changes hands by other ways not related to inheritance. These days the ‘family home’, which is often the family’s biggest asset, is held by partners or spouses as joint tenants. Therefore, if either dies, the house will automatically be transferred to the survivor.
In these types of cases the concept of inheritance doesn’t play a role in determining who receives the property.