Expertise in Will contests, defending an Estate, and Public Trustee litigation
Some law firms treat Estate Litigation as an add-on to their list of generalist services. Attwood Marshall Lawyers are different.
✔ We recognise the complexity of succession law and are highly reputed in the legal industry for our expertise in this multifaceted area of law.
✔ Our dedicated team of Estate Litigation lawyers, who are supported by Estate Litigation paralegals, practice exclusively in the areas of Elder law and Inheritance disputes.
✔ We’re not generalist lawyers and our clients are never ‘just a number’. We genuinely care about individual client outcomes.
✔ We are innovative in our approach and use exceptional SAI Global Certified systems to ensure the highest standard of customer service.
✔ Most importantly, we deliver excellent legal results.
Renowned for the intent to help people, Attwood Marshall Lawyers are ready assist you today.
Help is only a call away.
For a complimentary 30 minute consultation with an expert estate litigation lawyer call 1800 621 071 at anytime.
In most cases, we can help you on a ‘No Win, No Fee’ basis, in the areas outlined below:
Family Provision Claims – any state
Contesting a Will is usually done when a valid Will leaves a person without adequate provision from a deceased estate, or when the person died without making a Will at all.
Contesting A Will – any state
If you have been left out of a Will or feel that you have not been adequately provided for in someone’s Will, please contact us to arrange an obligation free appointment for preliminary advice on taking legal action.
Estate Dispute Resolution
Whether you are an Executor, Co-executor or Trustee of a Will and are having problems with the family or nominated beneficiaries in the Will, you need to make sure that you are receiving correct legal advice from lawyers who specialise in this area.
Examples of Estate Disputes
Following the passing of a family member, it is not unusual for disputes to arise between family members and their loved ones. It can be a difficult time, but one where legal help may also be appropriate.