Claims and Disputes

Claims and Disputes

Perth Wills Lawyers offer legal services in all areas of disputes relating to a deceased estate.

We act for parties involved in disputed deceased estate matters in the Supreme Court of Western Australia on a regular basis including the following: –

  • Contesting a will.
  • Making a family provision claim against the deceased estate on the basis that the deceased did not make proper and adequate provision for the claimant.
  • Disputes over the superannuation payable to the dependents of the deceased.
  • Disputes between co-executors relating to the management of the deceased estate.
  • Disputes between the executors and beneficiaries.
  • Removal of an executor, administrator or trustee of a deceased estate.
  • A creditor making a claim against the deceased estate.

With years of experience in representing claimants and defendants in court proceedings, we offer advice and representation which are sound in law and at the same time practical to save costs and time. We understand the complexities and emotions involved in contested deceased estate matters and have the legal expertise to assist you with empathy.

If you require assistance in a dispute relating to a deceased estate, please: –

The legal fee payable for the initial legal advice is $50.00 for a 30 minute private and confidential conference. Thereafter, if you wish to appoint us to make or defend the claim, the legal costs payable will be discussed and a costs agreement provided for consideration so that you can decide whether to enter into the costs agreement and appoint us to act for you.

Book Your Appointment

To book your consultation with an experienced
Perth Wills Lawyer for $50.00

Office Location:
Ground Floor, Irwin Chambers, 16 Irwin Street
Perth WA 6000

Postal Address:
PO Box Z5403, Perth WA 6831

Contact Details:
Telephone: 61 (8) 6153 3074

Facsimile: 61 (8) 9221 2962

Email: enquiries@perthwillslawyer.com.au

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