During times of loss and heartache, disputes arise between beneficiaries in relation to how the deceased’s Estate should be divided.
To dispute a Will in NSW you need to contact a lawyer to begin the process. In these circumstances it helps to have an experienced, qualified and understanding team of professional Will dispute lawyers working to achieve the best possible outcome for you. Our Contested Wills & Estates Team has been helping clients since 1969. We have assisted hundreds of clients in disputed Will matters and have the experience required to ensure you have the best possible chance at receiving fair provision from the Estate.
If you are unsure about the Will dispute process or whether you are eligible to dispute a Will, give our team a call or send us a message using the form at the bottom of this page.
What are the different types of Will disputes in NSW?
Administration Disputes (also known as Administrative Disputes)
These are Will Disputes that relate directly to how the Executor is administering the Estate. For example, an Executor might be distributing the Estate incorrectly or delaying distribution for their own benefit or for no apparent reason at all.
If you are concerned with how the Executor is administering the Estate, give our Contested Wills & Estates Team a call today or send us a message using the form at the bottom of this page.
What did the deceased mean when they wrote that?
These are Will Disputes that relate directly to the wording and meaning of the Will. If there is an uncertainty in the wording of the Will you can apply to the Court to have the Court decide what the deceased intended when they were writing their Will.
If you are unsure about the wording of a Will or the meaning of a certain word or phrase, and you want to discuss this with a lawyer first before applying to the Court, give our Contested Wills & Estates Team a call today or send us a message using the form on the bottom of this page.