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We Can Help Protect What’s Rightfully Yours

At Arcuri Turnbull Law, we understand the emotional and legal complexities that can arise during wills and estate disputes. 

Our highly experienced team of estate dispute lawyers on the Gold Coast are dedicated to guiding you through these challenging situations, whether you’re a beneficiary, executor, or contesting party. 

With unwavering legal expertise and a compassionate approach, we work tirelessly to ensure the best possible outcome for all involved.

If you’re facing a will or estate dispute, schedule a free consultation to learn more about how we can protect what’s rightfully yours.

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Will Disputes We Can Help With

When a loved one passes away, the distribution of their estate can sometimes lead to disputes among family members in Queensland. 

Our will dispute lawyers are well-versed in handling a wide range of will-related conflicts, including:

  • Challenges to the validity of the will
  • Undue influence
  • Disputes over the interpretation of the will
  • Challenges to the appointment of executors or administrators
  • Family provision claims 
  • Forgery claims

Our team of will dispute experts is dedicated to navigating these complex situations, ensuring that the wishes of the deceased are upheld and the rights of all parties are protected.

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Estate Disputes We Can Help With

In addition to will-related disputes, our team also specialises in resolving a wide range of complex estate disputes, including:

  • Disagreements over the distribution of the deceased’s assets
  • Disputes over the management and administration of trusts or superannuation funds
  • Challenges to the appointment of administrators or trustees
  • Conflicts arising from blended families or second marriages

Our cross-disciplinary legal expertise allows us to provide comprehensive support, and work towards a resolution that upholds the wishes of the deceased and the rights of all concerned.

Leveraging Our Cross-Disciplinary Expertise to Secure the Best Possible Outcome

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At Arcuri Turnbull Law, our unwavering commitment is to secure the best possible outcome for you and your family in will and estate disputes.

We’re dedicated to exploring every avenue to achieve a resolution that not only upholds the wishes of the deceased but also protects your broader interests. 

Whether you are a beneficiary, executor, or contesting party, we will work tirelessly to ensure your rights and financial well-being are safeguarded.

At Arcuri Turnbull Law, our unique advantage lies in our ability to leverage cross-disciplinary legal expertise when handling will and estate disputes. 

By drawing on our deep knowledge across other areas like commercial law, family law, and conveyancing, we can provide comprehensive support that addresses every aspect of your case.

Throughout the process, we will keep you informed and involved every step of the way, providing empathetic guidance and ensuring your needs and concerns are at the forefront of our efforts. 

Our unwavering commitment to your well-being is what sets us apart, and it is this dedication that allows us to consistently deliver exceptional results for our clients.

If you are facing a will or estate dispute in Queensland, trust the team at Arcuri Turnbull Law to fight for your interests and secure the best possible outcome for you and your family.

The Will & Estate Dispute Process in Queensland

One

Initial Consultation and Assessment

Our team will meet with you to thoroughly understand the details of your case, assess the merits of your claim or dispute, and provide guidance on the best course of action.

Two

Gathering Evidence and Documentation

We will work diligently to gather all relevant documents, witness statements, and other evidence to build a strong case that supports your position in the will or estate dispute.

Three

Negotiation and Mediation

We'll explore opportunities for out-of-court resolutions through negotiation and mediation, aiming to find a mutually agreeable outcome that satisfies all parties involved.

Four

Court Proceedings (if necessary)

If an amicable settlement cannot be reached, we are prepared to represent you in court proceedings to protect your rights and interests, presenting the evidence and arguments to the judge. We can also assist with all relevant aspects of this process such as lodging a Statement of Claim and Probate Caveat.

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Who Can Challenge a Will or Estate Plan in Queensland?

In Queensland, the following individuals may have legal standing to challenge a will or estate plan:

  • Beneficiaries named in the will 
  • Family members excluded from the will 
  • Creditors of the deceased 
  • Executors or administrators

It’s important to note that the specific legal standing and requirements for challenging a will or estate plan in Queensland can be complex. 

The team at Arcuri Turnbull Law in Gold Coast has extensive experience navigating these issues and can provide expert guidance to ensure your rights are protected.

Schedule your free consultation

If you are facing a will or estate dispute on the Gold Coast, schedule your free initial consultation and take the first step towards resolving your case today!

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