Contesting the rules of intestacy to claim what is rightfully yours
Dying without a will means the rules of intestacy are activated, and the assets and estate of the deceased are distributed to those deemed eligible. If your loved one has passed and left no valid will, or even an invalid will, then the intestacy laws will see their estate and assets distributed to those considered of worthy familial relation, depending on the value of the asset.
Butlers Will Dispute Lawyers are experienced in the rules of intestacy, and will work tirelessly with you if you have any contest to the intestacy laws regarding your loved one’s passing. Dying without a will leaves all assets vulnerable, so claim what is rightfully yours with Eric Butler and the team of professionals at Butlers Will Dispute Lawyers.
Dying without a will could mean you assets being handed to the wrong person
Making a will is a very important step to take for everyone over the age of 18 who has assets of worth. Butler’s Will Dispute Lawyers are experts in disputing intestacy laws and ensuring that the rightful recipients of the deceased’s estate are recognised.
The rules of intestacy dictate a deceased person’s assets be distributed through an analysis of family relationship, ignoring other relationships and personal standing. Eric Butler and the experienced team at Butlers Will Dispute Lawyers can help you claim what is rightfully yours and strive to achieve an outcome in your favour.
For more information on disputing the intestacy laws, contact Eric Butler and the team at Butlers Will Dispute Lawyers today.