The New South Wales offices of Turner Freeman have collected family provision for our clients on average over the last two years of $8.8 million per year, a success that is unrivalled.
Unfairly left out of a Will? We can help.
We have been helping people like you since 1952.
Our lawyers have been fighting to protect the rights of individuals and to make sure they get the compensation they deserve, and in the case of Will disputes to ensure that our clients get their fair share and that adequate family provision is made. With 21 offices across the country and some of the most experienced lawyers in their field we have the financial resources and expertise to get you the best result.
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 dependant on the deceased.