Family Provision Claim: I want some general help regarding family provision claims. Hypothetical Example I’ll use to make my point: -Someone lives 75 out of 80 years in NSW, and dies in QLD aged 80. He made wills in NSW. But place of death where they resided, final will, and deceased’s final will was granted probate in QLD. Can someone making a family provision claim on a deceased estate, does it have to be based on the Family Provision Act in that state (state which Deceased resided in at time of death/final will made/and state where will went to probate), or can someone residing in NSW for example, make a NSW Family provision claim based on a QLD will granted probate in QLD? -As I notice each State/Territory's Family Provision Act is commonly different e.g (eligibility / rights / laws / rules for Adopted Children, Step-Children and Grandchildren who want to make a Family Provision Claim, as just one example of the differences that exist). Also other important differences e.g Time allowed from Deceased's death to make a family provision Claim.