Probate, Wills and Estate

A wealth of experience in contesting will disputes.

At Hunt McCullough Kollias & Co., our professional staff have many years of experience in Probate, Wills and Estates

At HMK&C, Wills and Probate have been a significant part of our work since the founding of our firm.

Our firm’s experience in this area extends to being solicitors in the leading case of Nicholson v Knaggs, a case which ran for 7 weeks in the Supreme Court of Victoria. Over the course of the years, with the experience and expertise within the firm, our lawyers have been appointed executors in wills on a regular basis.

Our Testimonials

What Our Client Say About Us

  • "HMK&Co., many thanks for the efficient, stress-free legal work to support the sale of our property."

    James and Helen Dunn

    Mornington, VIC
  • "I have worked with Hunt McCullough Kollias and Co. now for nearly 5 years. They are an excellent law firm. They were instrumental in both buying and then later selling of my house, as well as advising on relationship legalities and the establishment of my family trust."

    Albert Zhang

    Mount Eliza, VIC
  • "Hunt McCullough Kollias and Co. are a gem to work with. They made my claim so smooth and worry-free. I cannot recommend them enough."

    Jason Cranley

    Moorooduc, VIC
  • "I was told that it wasn't negotiable. HMKC changed that."

    Greg and Karen Ware

    Mornington, VIC

We provide valuable advice on the possibilities of legal challenges.

Over the course of the years, with the experience and expertise within the firm, our lawyers have been appointed executors in wills on a regular basis.

The location of our office at Mornington means we are called upon almost daily to help our clients draw up their wills given the high proportion of seniors living in the area.

Our solicitors do not just record the wishes of clients in drawing up their wills but also provide valuable advice on the possibilities of legal challenges that could be mounted in relation to a will.

Every so often, our lawyers are also asked by clients to help them plan their estates to avoid for instance, the possible marriage breakup of their beneficiaries or to have a testamentary trust set up to help a beneficiary avoid losing all his or her inheritance as a result of their insolvency.