Have you been left out of a Will?
Or unfairly provided for in a Will?
You maybe entitled to make a claim against the estate of the deceased person.
While the law recognises that a person has the right to decide how he or she distributes their assets (estate), the law also requires eligible people to be fairly treated and provided for in a Will.
Contesting a will is often complicated and stressful for the people involved as often they involve sensitive relationship issues between family members and the deceased.
Holding Redlich has helped many clients deal with Will contest and deceased estate issues for over 30 years, let us help you.
- Types of people who may be able to claim against a deceased estate
- Time Limits on Contesting a Will
- Examples of specific circumstances for contesting a will
Holding Redlich has the understanding and expertise to assist you or your clients to find solutions to issues involving deceased estates and contesting wills.
Contact us today to assist you to find the best pathway to deal with disputes involving a deceased estate and to advise you on a range of outcomes that may be available to you.
Chris Brodrick –
T: (0)3 9321 9804 or
Howard Rapke –
T: (0)3 9321 9742 or