The assessment tool will help you quickly know the likelihood of being able to dispute a will.

To give you the most accurate answer, we will ask you three groups of questions as follows:


Step 1
What do you know about the will?

In the first part of the assessment, you will be asked to provide basic information on the will (if any) of the deceased.


Step 2
Your relationship with the deceased

Your relationship with the deceased requires understanding so as to determine whether the deceased should have considered you in their will.


Step 3
Tell us about the estate

The estate of the deceased person includes everything that the person owned at the date of death. This part will help us ascertain your likelihood of obtaining provision from the estate.

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In Victoria, a person may make a challenge to a Will within 6 months of the Grant of Probate. In New South Wales, an application for a family provision order must be made not later than 12 months after the date of death of the deceased person. The relevant Courts may permit applications outside of these time periods.

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