Dispute Resolution

Out of Court Specialists

An Alternative Dispute Resolution process enables disputes to be managed in a cost effective, less stressful and timely, manner. This may involve negotiation, collaboration and/or mediation. Our experience gives us the answers to issues.

Our alternative dispute resolution lawyer's goal is to explore all avenues to negotiate an out of Court Settlement. We will work with you to achieve a satisfactory outcome, without the need to engage in protracted and expensive Court litigation.

Our Accredited Family Law Specialists will resolve disputes related to family/defacto issues, involving property, finances, superannuation, trusts and child parenting problems.

Our Estate Planning experts resolve deceased estate issues concerning disputed wills, claims on wills, inheritances and problems with executors.


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Our experienced Solicitors provide expert knowledge in inheritance disputes.

Our proven expertise in disputed Wills, gives you an advantage in achieving a negotiated and/or mediated out of court settlement.

Experience gives us the answers in disputed Wills and claims noted below.

Services include claims:

  • On being left out of a Will.
  • There is no Will, but you should receive an adequate inheritance.
  • Disputing Wills for an inadequate provision.
  • Making a “family provision” claim.
  • Making a claim where the Will maker did not recognise your existence and or financial needs.
  • Disputing Wills created with a lack of mental capacity, undue influence, bullying coercion, and grooming.
  • Disputing Wills recently created following an illness and or medical episode.
  • Disputing Wills that are unfair.
  • Keeping Executors honest in their distributions and, ensuring they finalise the Estate in a timely respectful manner.
  • Resolving disputes between Executors and beneficiaries.
  • Disputing Powers of Attorney where made when their was a lack of sufficient mental capacity and understanding.

We provide a FREE Will dispute assessment service and offer No Win-No Fee (conditions apply).

Whilst you have 12 months from the date of death to challenge a disputed Will, act now, before a distribution of the assets and therefore making the claim difficult to enforce.

We recommend raising your case within 2-3 Months of the date of death.

You need to prove that the Will is inadequate for your maintenance, education and advancement.

Our proven steps to success are:

  1. Gathering the material to support your case.
  2. Attempt to negotiate and or mediate an out of Court Settlement (we work on achieving results and not protracted Court disputes).
  3. Commencing Court proceedings, in the event of a negotiated and or a mediated settlement not being achieved, to allow the matter to proceed to a Court appointed mediation prior to a hearing. This has the advantage of reducing legal costs, delay and avoiding the stress and anxiety of a Court hearing.
  4. The majority of cases are resolved at a Mediation, without the need to proceed to the Court Hearing.

Take advantage of our knowledge and experience and call: 9481 0428 to speak with a Solicitor

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