If you feel you have been unfairly left out of a will, or that you haven’t received what you thought you were entitled to in a will, or you haven't received what you were promised from a will, you may have grounds to contest the will. This is what you will need to know if you want to contest a will in Queensland.

If you’re taking the significant step of buying or selling a property or business, you may be wondering if you need a Conveyancer, a solicitor...

Blended families present some very unique succession law issues. If the time and consideration isn’t taken initially, the likelihood of litigation is high. Get a complete understanding today

There are many families today with a surrogate child or children. The rights and laws surrounding those children wanting to Contest a Will, can be complex and stressful. Read this article to understand the processes involved

While there is no guarantee in stopping someone from contesting a will, there are strategies that can be put in place, through a well-considered Will and Estate Plan, to limit a successful contest. Learn more today.

Estate Litigation is becoming more commonplace in Australia. Within the broad umbrella term of estate litigation, is a wide variety of specific legal challenges, contests and disputes. Learn more about what the differences are and how our Estate Litigation Lawyers can assist you.

Once probate is granted, you may still be able to challenge the validity of the will, on the grounds that the deceased did not have capacity when they signed the will. Learn more about what this means here.

We do cherish promises from someone we trusted, and most promises are in form of verbal without any legal documentation. Can it be used as evidence against someone's estate? Christopher O'Connor, Director of ORG Solicitors, explains if an oral promise can hold up after the will of someone who passes away.

The word ‘probate’ is often thrown around when talking about the administration of a deceased person’s estate. But exactly what is probate in QLD? And do I need it? We take this opportunity to briefly outline what probate is, who gets probate and what it means.

If you are a stepchild and you feel you were not fairly provided for by someone with whom you have a family relationship with, or someone that you were dependent on, you may have the right to make a family provision claim in QLD. Read more for all the necessary information in making your family provisions claim.

It's a common misconception that Superannuation entitlements are included in your Estate. In this video, ORG Solicitors Director Christopher O'Connor explains Superannuation entitlements in the context of Blended Families and Estate Planning.

If you feel you have been unfairly left out of a will, you may have grounds to contest the will. This is all you will need to know regarding how to contest a will in Queensland.

Each case is unique and without discussing your matter in person, it’s unlikely you will be able to find the right advice from a general blog. We highly recommend coming in for a Free Discovery session to find out where you stand and if you have a case.

Protect your wealth by having a will and estate plan that is structured and drafted in accordance with your wishes. We, at ORG Law, ensure that your assets are protected and passed to whom you want.


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If you need a copy of a Will and/or are seeking legal advice, the team at O'Connor Rudy and Garrett can assist you. We will contact you to confirm additional details and then organise contacting the required parties to secure a copy of the Will for you.