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You may be entitled to dispute a will for reasons such as:

  • the deceased did not have the capacity to make a will;
  • the deceased was unduly influenced at the time of making the will;
  • the deceased has not signed the will or later made another will;
  • the deceased revoked the will; or
  • the will has been tampered with.

In addition, if you are an eligible person such as a child of the deceased and you have not receive an adequate proportion of the estate under the will, you may still be able to dispute the will or make a claim under family provisions.

If you would like to make a claim or dispute a will, contact the estate planning team at MatthewsFolbigg Lawyers Parramatta. We can provide you with specialised advise in estate planning, family provisions claims and for disputing a will. We also draft and update Wills, Powers of Attorney and Enduring Guardianship. Contact us to obtain legal advice.