Overturning a Will
How to overturn a Will
You can overturn a Will on a variety of grounds. For example, you can challenge the validity of a Will because you think it was made at a time when the Will maker was not of sound mind, or was unduly influenced or pressured by another person. You can also overturn a Will because it doesn’t adequately provide for you.
Anyone who had a close and significant relationship with the deceased—such as a child, spouse or partner—may be eligible to overturn the provisions of a Will.
Fighting an unfair Will or deceased estate
Unfair Wills, trusts and deceased estates can be fought with the assistance of Maurice Blackburn Lawyers.
Strict time limits apply to overturning a Will, so it's critical to obtain prompt legal advice as soon as possible. If you think you've been unfairly provided for, speak to a Maurice Blackburn lawyer about how we can help you overturn a Will. We offer a 'no win, no fee'* cost agreement in most matters relating to Will disputes.
If you think you have been unfairly provided for and want to overturn a Will, speak to Maurice Blackburn today. We fight for fair.
All you need to know about Will disputes
Whether you are thinking of challenging or contesting a Will, or if you are the executor or beneficiary of a Will that is being challenged, our Will disputes lawyers can assist you.
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