- Check your timing:
Are you within the time limit of 180 days after Grant of Probate? Section 61 of Wills, Estate and Succession Act prohibits any applications to vary a will 180 days after the Will has gone through probate. If the time limit expires, you will be unable to bring your claim. Other challenges to wills may have a longer limitation period, but it is important to commence your claim promptly to protect your rights.
- Contact one of our lawyers:
Schedule your free consultation at Helpforme so we can discuss your point of view and assess whether or not you have a valid claim. Call us at 604-269-8500 or Toll Free at 1-888-LAW-5544. We’ll review your case and inform you of the best way to proceed.
- Gather all your evidence:
Be prepared to bring all the evidence you’ve collected to your free consultation so we can help prepare your claim. Types of evidence would include: a copy of the Will (if there is one) and information relating to the deceased, other beneficiaries and assets of the Estate.
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We take a personalized approach to each client’s situation. As for legal fees, we take claims on a contingency basis wherever possible. We’ll support you through every step of your claim.