There are times when a person who would ordinarily stand to benefit from a will is excluded from the estate, or is not given his or her fair share.
Is this you?
We can help you file a claim in this situation, under the Family Provision Act.
Whether you’re a spouse or child, grandchild or de facto partner, there may be grounds to show you were justly entitled to a part of an estate, or a greater share than a will directs.
Seasoned legal advice from our team at Thomas Booler Lawyers can help you gain what is rightfully yours.
We can navigate you through the process of filing a claim and Court proceedings. From proving that you do have grounds to a claim, to helping to determine the appropriate amount of compensation, we will call upon our experience to help you make the right decisions to provide for your future.
There are strict, limited timeframes for how soon you can file a claim under the Family Provision Act, so don’t delay if you have questions and need answers.
Every circumstance is different in estate litigation. Talk to us and we can personalise our approach to your needs. From amicable settlements to court proceedings, we’ll see your claim through to the end.