QLD Estate Lawyers
Carter Capner Law
123 Charlotte St, Brisbane City, QLD 4000
Making a Will
Coma and Dementia Wills
Disputed Wills are claims against deceased estates by potential beneficiaries left out of a relative’s will.
A person is able to create their will however they please but that doesn’t mean you can’t exercise your rights and dispute it. Queensland law allows family members or dependents who suffer hardship because they have been overlooked or inadequately provided for in a will, to bring a lawsuit for estate allocation to them.
Grounds for contesting a Will
Unsure if you have been left a benefit?
Incapacity in a Will
As a speciality law firm, Qld Estate Lawyers can offer expert advice on estate administration.
Estate administration can be a complex area of the law. Whether you’re trying to manage the will of a deceased loved one or you want to prepare for the future, retaining an experienced lawyer can minimise the stress involved with matters relating to wills and estates.
Probate of Wills
Letters of Administration
Executor Duties, Responsibilities & Risks
Estate Executor’s Guide
Life Insurance, Superannuation & Death Benefits
Administration & Trust Service
Wills & Estate Blog
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De facto’s further provision win gets swamped by costs from futile fighting
November 09, 2021
Court awards adult child further provision from father’s $2.8m estate
September 08, 2021
Court overturns elderly de facto’s FPA settlement terms: 50% share is enough
June 28, 2021
Troublesome will dispute scenarios – our top ten
July 06, 2020
Video wills OK but don’t forget the legalities
May 20, 2020
Only-child left out: ”Harsh” will comes before UK Supreme Court
March 25, 2017