Qld Deceased Estate Litigation – Family Provision applications

by Andrew Lind on 10 September, 13

When someone has been unfairly left out of a Will Queensland law provides that disappointed beneficiary with a remedy and usually access to the funds in the deceased estate to fund a fight to ensure that a just outcome is achieved.

If you feel that you have not been adequately provided for out of a loved one’s Will the time to act is now as strict time limits apply to notifying an intention to bring a claim. Often a formal lengthy court process can be avoided and a settlement is able to be reached.

Our Brisbane Estate Litigation lawyers can help.

Read more:

Qld Family Provision Applications against a deceased estate / Will Dispute

Cut or unfairly left out of a Will? – Challenging or Disputing a Will

Will Rectification Applications – when the Will does not represent the intentions of the Willmaker

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