Estate planning in New South Wales (NSW), Australia, is regulated by state and territory laws. In NSW, this encompasses several key elements, including:

  1. Wills
  2. Power of Attorney
  3. Enduring Guardianship

Discussing wills and estates can be emotionally challenging. It is crucial to not only ensure that your affairs are properly handled after you’re gone but also to provide support to your loved ones during their such a difficult time.

Rest assured, and don’t leave this to uncertainty – entrust Kazi and Associates to safeguard your family’s welfare and uphold your ultimate desires, even when you can no longer be there to guide them. Our accomplished lawyers, backed by a dedicated team of legal experts, guarantee a precise, legally sound will that comprehensively addresses everything of profound importance to you.

If you find yourself excluded from a will or believe that you haven’t received a fair distribution of the deceased’s estate, you could potentially qualify to contest or dispute the will. Our legal experts will guide you through the mediation and litigation process to ensure that you receive a fair and sufficient share from the estate. We dedicate our efforts to meticulously preparing your case and striving for an outcome that acknowledges your connection with the deceased and your financial requirements.

This includes:
  • Identifying who qualifies to make a family provision claim.
  • Understanding the precise timelines governing the initiation of a family provision claim.
  • Establish the legal grounds for challenging or contesting a will.
  • Navigating the complex procedures involved in estate litigation.
  • Anticipating the potential outcomes of a will dispute.

In instances where medition fails to resolve the dispute, litigation becomes necessary, and the legal proceedings are orchestrated in accordance with the succession laws of the respective state or territory, overseen by the family provision division within the Supreme Court. Our team is well-equipped to guide you through this process and advocate for your family provision claim in court.

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