Contesting A Will

Wills & Estate Planning

Will Dispute Specialist Lawyers in Newcastle

How you make a Will will depend on your assets, your circumstances and who your beneficiaries will be. It’s important to make a Will that makes your wishes clear, that avoids confusion and conflict amongst your loved ones, and that is legally valid and binding. Doing this will protect your family and friends from costly and stressful legal disputes.

Our Wills & Estate Lawyers know the potential pitfalls, and will ask you all the right questions to make sure that you have considered every possibility. We can advise you as to whether you would be best with a Will or a Testamentary Trust. We can design your Will in such a way to help protect your family from expensive estate litigation after your death and we can safely store your Will in our secure vault.

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Common Questions & Answers​

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