Dr Harry Nespolon’s widow awarded $5 million after lengthy court battle

The dispute revolved around the former RACGP president's decision to sign over his super and death benefits to his partner on the day he died.
Dr Harry Nespolon.

The widow of former RACGP president Dr Harry Nespolon has won a lengthy legal battle to access around $5 million of his life insurance and superannuation.  

Dr Nespolon died from pancreatic cancer during his presidential tenure in 2020, leaving behind his wife, Lindy van Camp, and two young daughters.