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  1. Did the Deceased person have the mental capacity at the time the Will was drafted to make a Will? Just because the deceased was under a power of attorney or enduring guardianship, does not automatically mean that they did not have legal capacity to provide instructions for a Will. 
  2. Was the deceased unduly influenced? Did a family member or another influence the deceased?  Are there unusual bequests in the Will?
  3. Do you believe the Will was forged? This is difficult to prove, but not impossible.
  4. Do you suspect that fraud was involved?
  5. Were you left out of the Will? Did you expect to receive an inheritance?


You have 6 months from the date of death in Queensland to provide notice to the estate of your intention to make a claim.  This must be a formal letter to the executor or administrator of the estate.

If you have any queries or would like to discuss your circumstances, please contact the principal Kym Chapman on 0416102577.