Dealing with the death of a person can be difficult, and can be made more complicated if you discover you have not been adequately provided for in the deceased’s Will.

If you believe you’re entitled to more than you’ve been provided in a Will, Maddens Lawyers is one of Victoria’s most experienced law firms in Will disputes. We know what is involved in the process from a legal perspective, and an emotional one.

Disputing a Will can be a tense process impacting you and your family, and we can quickly and accurately assess your grounds for a claim providing a realistic outlook.

Find out if you have a claim that we can help with

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  • A Grant of Probate is made by the Supreme Court and signifies that a will is valid. Upon obtaining Probate an Executor has authority to deal with the assets of the deceased person’s estate. Letters of Administration are similar to a Grant of Probate but occur when the deceased did not leave a Will
  • When was the Grant of Probate made?
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