Our Estate advocate brings mixture of knowledge, compassion and precision to your situation, drawing on our understanding built up over many decades of assisting customers just like you. Estate legalities can be complex and daunting, but our expert lawyers are committed to solving the case to an outcome that you are happy with; striving to keep you up to date throughout the whole process. We will apply our data and experience when it comes to Victorian Legislation intricacies and estate law scope to represent you all through the process of fighting for an estate.
Understand the course of action on the will that is required
In obedience with Victorian Legislation, if you are planning on fighting for an estate dispute, you must file a claim in court within the first 6 months of probate being issued or issuance of letter of administration being given out. When an individual dies, the person responsible for named in the Will records the Deceased’s will to the court, accompanying with a copy of the issued death certificate. During probate, the court and its executor are required to perform a number of tasks, depending on the orders in the Will and the intricacy of the estate. We are dedicated to delivering the best possible solutions to all of our clients, with our hard work, awareness and experience to attain the best probable conclusion for you and your folks.
Done delay in filing your claim as you only have 6 months
Victorian statutes offer specific orders regarding when and where estate disputes are to be handled. Anyone who has a right in the property in terms of financial nature can confront the Will for various reasons. For instance, an estate may be in dispute if the Will doesn’t hold provisions for women or children, then the case of uneven division of assets with parties or due to the nature of Wills made earlier. The probate judge may curb the contest actions by parties who are not able to establish a lawful interest in the land. We know that the initial step can be the toughest however if you believe that you are permitted to more from a Will or property.