When someone writes a will, they are indicating who will inherit their property and other assets after death. Unfortunately, wills are not always written fairly, but laws govern this and will dispute lawyers in Perth can help. If you have been left out of a will or feel what was allocated to you was unfair, you might have grounds to contest it.
In certain instances, you can challenge a will in the court system. A will might not be valid if it was made at a time when the individual writing it, was not of sound mind. If you believe he or she was heavily influenced by someone else or pressured into writing the will, this can also be a reason to contest it. Another reason would be if the will does not adequately provide for you and you believe it should. If you are a spouse, a child, or a long-time partner or if you had another meaningful relationship with the deceased, contact a will dispute lawyer in Perth to see if contesting a will is something you should do.
Keep in mind when challenging a will that the law mandates strict time limits, so don’t delay in contacting a will dispute lawyer in Perth. Time is of the essence when contesting a will. If you believe a will is unfair to you, call M 6:8 Legal or submit an enquiry online. We will fight for your rights and seek a swift and equitable resolution.