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Getting What’s Rightfully Yours

Death is hard for everyone, especially if the relationship with your loved one was complicated. There might still have been love, but if it didn’t feel like it, you might not feel so good about what’s coming next. A lot of people go through this, and whether you’re feeling uncomfortable about the passing of a parent or some other loved one, the feeling stays the same for a while. However, it does get better despite the feeling that it might not.a-guide

There are many factors surroundiApasses away without leaving you anything, especially if you’ve tried to mend things with him or her, it can feel hurtful and can be very upsetting.

However, you might be entitled to more than you think. There are actually a few things you need to know about contesting a will in NSW so that you can figure out whether you’re eligible to pursue legal action in order to repair some of the damages you’ve experienced even after that person is gone.

Eligibility Factors

In NSW, there are a few different ways through which you can contest a family member’s will. Of course, you can really only contest if you feel as if you haven’t been left anything of significance and if you feel as if the property and assets are going to people who don’t deserve them before you.

Now, if you are a spouse, either current or former, you are eligible to contest a will. Some people try not to leave anything to their spouses and fortunately there are measures a lawyer can take to ensure that you get what you’re entitled to. A similar factor applies if you are a child of the deceased. If he or she is your parent, he or she needs to leave you something, and you need to make sure if you haven’t gotten anything that you get what you deserve.

You can also contest the will if you were dependent on the deceased at any time including the time leading up to the person’s passing. If you don’t fall into one of these categories, such as if you were a friend but were not family and were not written into the will, you probably will not be eligible to receive anything.

Getting a Lawyer

In order to contest a will, you’re going to need a lawyer. That means you’re going to need to find one who specialises in wills and similar things. If you’re not sure how to get started, one way to find a lawyer is to look online. There are a lot of attorneys listed all over the Internet but you need to do your research. Not all of them will be able to help you because they might specialise in something else.

You can also read reviews online of lawyers who specialise in contesting wills and see what other people have to say about them. This will help you get a better idea of who you should contact in order to get started.

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