Contesting A Will

Wills & Estate Planning

Wills Disputes Lawyers Newcastle

If you’ve been left out of a Will, or have been unfairly treated in terms of the amount of your inheritance you may be able to make a claim against the estate.

At every stage of contesting or challenging a Will it’s important to have sound, experienced legal advice. We have the skills to negotiate on your behalf to avoid costly court fees, but if it comes down to court we also have the skills to fight on your behalf.

We’ll work hard to get you the best outcomes. Arrange a consultation with our Wills & Estate Lawyers to discuss your options.

Common Questions & Answers​

Who can dispute a Will?
  • wife or husband
  • defacto or same sex partner
  • former spouse or defacto partner
  • child, stepchild or grandchild
  • parent of a child of the deceased
  • parent, brother or sister
  • someone who was financially dependent on the deceased
  • carer of the deceased


This is a very general guide only so please contact us to discuss your particular circumstances.

Is there a time limit?
What if I don’t believe the Will was valid?
How do I make a claim?
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