Are you facing a dispute about a loved one’s will on your own?
Disputes over wills and estates can be emotionally draining. More than anything, you simply want a fair resolution so you can move on. That’s where having one of our reputable estate litigation lawyers representing you can make all the difference.
The estate litigation team at Gillespie Lawyers understands how important this claim is to you, and how we can use our expertise in will and estate disputes to achieve favourable results in a timely manner. Clients genuinely appreciate and enjoy working with our lawyers because we’re easy to talk to, and always just a phone call away.
I was at my sister’s side for the last five years of her life as she struggled with debilitating health conditions. She always talked about changing her will to leave me something more as a gesture of thanks, but it never happened. Do I have any options?
It’s possible there may be ways for you to pursue a greater share of your sister’s estate, either through a claim to vary the will or through a constructive trust. Once your lawyer at Gillespie has a better understanding regarding the details, we can offer more specific advice about your options. We’d be glad to listen and answer your questions during a free consultation.
My father made some unusual changes to his Will not long before he died, and in the company of a new friend at his care home. What can I do?
To determine if you have a claim, the validity of the Will needs to be determined. The first step is to apply to the court. In cases like this, legal guidance from skilled estate litigation lawyers can make a tremendous difference to the outcome.