Our lawyers have substantial experience in family provision litigation, acting both for claimants and for executors of estates.

If your parent, spouse or de facto partner has not made adequate provision for you in their will, you may have a good claim for a share of the estate. We can advise you on how to claim and your chances of success. If you are the executor of an estate against which a claim is made, or is likely to be made, we can advise you on your responsibilities and how best to meet those claims.

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