When someone close to you dies, you may be named the Executor of their Will and, as such, have a number of duties to undertake.
For most people, this is a very new experience. With many estates, the process is quite simple and straight forward. But for some, there can be significant complexities and you may find it comforting to have a trusted advisor work through your duties with you.
How can we help you in relation to a deceased estate?
- Non-contested Estate Administration
- Application for Probate
- Application for Letters of Administration with the Will annexed (where the person leaves a Will, but there is no executor)
- Application for Letters of Administration (where the deceased person dies without leaving a Will)
- Application where the exact date of death of a deceased person is unknown or where the person is missing or presumed dead
- Application for Probate of lost Wills
- Application to the Court where Wills are “informal”; that is they have not been correctly signed or witnessed
- Application for Administration where a Will has been torn, marked, altered or amended
- Documents known as “Citations” to deal with later Wills which are to be ignored, perhaps because of invalidity
- Application for urgent Grant of Probate
- Application for resealing Probate and other Grants of Administration