Why choose QLD Estate Lawyers?

Whether for setting up a will or intricate estate plans, for administering an estate, or for a dispute over the provisions of a will, our expert wills and estate lawyers are here to help.

 

Choice and flexibility

Whatever your particular issue, we can save you time, money, and stress.

It’s about you

QLD Estate Lawyers will take the time to understand your requirements and put them into effect as efficiently as possible. You can leave your stress to us.

Professional and efficient

QLD Estate Lawyers will work to get you the most effective outcome and as quickly and as efficiently as possible.


Legal Services Expertise

Our Queensland Estate Lawyers can assist you with:

We can create both simple wills and wills that are more complex. We are here to make that easier for you.
Qld Estate Lawyers can offer expert advice on those estate structures appropriate to your circumstances.
Family members and dependants left out of a will or inadequately provided for can often challenge its provisions
Qld Estate Lawyers can help executors perform their role under a will doing as much or as little as you prefer
Challenging a relative, carer or adviser about a disproportionate benefit they receive under a will can be difficult. We can help you.
Is probate needed or can the expense be avoided? Call us for the answer in your case.
As some people get older they may lose the capacity to legally create a will.
An executor has onerous responsibilities. Call to discuss the estate issues you face.
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Not sure where to begin? Get answers from our 2-minute online assessment portal.

Whether you are an administrator or executor; feel you have been inadequately provided for or unfairly left out of a will; or believe legal incapacity or undue influence was in play when the will was made, our online assessment portal delivers answers for your particular situation, for 10 of the most frequently troublesome estate administration and will distribution scenarios.

Start your query by choosing from the options available, the subject on which you need an answer.

How Can We Help You?

As specialist will and estate lawyers Brisbane & Qld, QEL is here to help you navigate this tough time.

Queensland Estate Lawyers – Will Disputes

Why choose our Queensland Estate lawyers?

When a loved one dies, it’s a tough time for everyone. There are many elements involved in handling an estate that can be a confusing for all concerned. QLD Estate Lawyers will help you navigate the process as smoothly as possible. Our experienced estate lawyers have a thorough technical understanding of all the intricate ins and outs of estate law, including:

We offer more than purely technical expertise, though. Our estate administration lawyers know how challenging the financial arrangements can be following death of a loved one. Our advice is directed at practical, efficient and cost-effective outcomes.

Whatever your particular issue, we can save you time, money, and stress.

QLD Estate Lawyers will take the time to understand your requirements and put them into effect as efficiently as possible. You can leave your stress to us.

QLD Estate Lawyers will work to get you the most effective outcome and as quickly and as efficiently as possible.

Recent News

Our legal blog articles about Wills & Estates.

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06Jul

Troublesome will dispute scenarios – our top ten

  • Inadequate provision

Challenges by overlooked family member or dependents for a share (or increased share) in a deceased estate because of being left out of a will or on the grounds (more…)

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15Jul

Court made wills – just when do you lack capacity to do it for yourself?

  • Court made wills

A Queensland Court has ruled on the terms of a will it declared should be made for a 50-yr-old woman left catastrophically injured by a 2015 motor vehicle accident and...

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14Jul

Abandonment of formality – when can a memo of intentions be declared a valid will?

  • Informal will

Section 10 of Queensland's Succession Act sets out the specific requirements for the valid execution of a will. The same law – in section 18 - allows a court (more…)

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