How can we help you?
If you have been unfairly left out of a Will or left with an unfair share we can help you dispute, contest or challenge the Will to ensure you receive all that you deserve.
If you believe you have been treated unfairly in a Will, you may be able to make a claim that the Will is invalid or that you should have been more adequately provided for.
If you have been unfairly left out of a Will or have been left without adequate provision, you can make a Family Provision Claim to the Court.
We can also help you in defending the estate against any frivolous claims.
If your loved one has passed away without a Will, get in touch with us as you may still be able to claim on the estate.
Meet our clients
Mr Goldberg was always there. When I needed help, I would always ring him and he always answered my questions fairly and honestly. The journey was so much easier, I really felt I was handing everything over to him, and he was the one who carried the burdens, not me. I was very happy with the conclusion of the matter. I would recommend Turner Freeman always to anybody at all who approach me.
Why choose Turner Freeman for your unfair wills dispute matters?
Get in touch
Tell us what happened, and we will provide you with the various options so you know where you stand.
No Win, No Fee
You do not have to pay unless we win your case. If we don’t win, you don’t have to pay us a cent.
It’s vital that you get the process moving as quickly as possible, because there are time constraints on making claims.
We will provide you with an advice and a free assessment of your potential claim. You are not obligated to retain us.
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Helping people like you since 1952
If you have been treated unfairly in a Will or worse if you have been completely left out of a Will then you may be able to dispute a Will that is unfair and challenge its provisions on a number of grounds.
The law in NSW including the Succession Act and specific sections that relate to family provision claims may allow you to contest a Will and the share given to beneficiaries on the basis that it does not adequately provide for the financial needs of family members particularly if there are dependants who were fully or partially financially dependent on the deceased.