Notional Estate

Daughter successful in notional estate claim

in Notional Estate by Alex Munro on 2017-05-22 – 0 Comments

Carusi-Lees v Carusi [2017] NSWSC 590 The family provision list judge in the Supreme Court of NSW has recently heard and determined a family provision claim brought by a biological daughter of the deceased who died in December 2014. The deceased made a will in 2013 which left the whole of his estate to his […]

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What is a notional estate claim?

in Notional Estate by Terence Goldberg on 2016-03-08 – 0 Comments

What is a notional estate claim? The Succession Act 2006 (NSW) allows for a family provision claim to treat property that is not actually part of a deceased estate as still notionally part of a deceased estate. This can greatly enhance the amount that can be awarded to a claimant, because notional property is considered […]

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