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Wills & Estates


There is often confusion and uncertainty around Wills. How do you contest a Will? Do you have proper grounds to contest? Have you been unfairly left out of a Will? Do you feel you haven’t received what you deserve from a deceased estate?

Wills and Estate Lawyers Brisbane


In the majority of cases when a person passes away, the executer of their estate will be dealt with according to the wishes of the Testator (or if there wasn’t a Will, the intestacy laws of the state where the deceased person resided will determine how the property is distributed upon death).


Our Wills and Estate services include:

  • Preparation of Wills

  • Testamentary Trusts

  • Enduring Power of Attorney (EPOA)

  • Probate

  • Estate Administration

  • Letters of Administration on Intestacy

  • Contesting and defending a Will

  • Acting as Executors, Administrators or Trustees

  • Estate Planning

  • Claims against Estates


In some circumstances you may wish to contest the Will. Grounds for contesting the validity of a Will include:

  • The deceased did not have the appropriate mental capacity to make the Will

  • The Will was not signed and witnessed properly

  • The Will has been fraudulently changed after the deceased signed it

  • You feel there is a more current version of the Will than the one in question

  • The deceased was unduly influenced in making the Will (against their wishes)

  • the Will is unclear and/or cannot be understood. 


We understand this can be an extremely emotional and upsetting time, so we make sure to treat each case in a sensitive and straightforward manner.


If you would like further information on NJ Rose Lawyers Wills and Estates services, please call 07 3495 0299 or send us an email and we will get back to you.

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