Administering Estates

To be authorised to administer the Estate of a deceased a legal document called a Grant of Representation is required of which there are three types. If there is a Will then the executor needs to take out the Grant of Probate. If there is no Will or if no executor (Executor is a legal term referring to a person named in a Will by the maker of the Will to ensure their wisher are carried out) has been appointed or the appointed person cannot act an Administrator may be appointed and they take out a Letter of Administration. We will complete the Application to be lodged with the Probate Office and ensure that the Assets are collected and distributed in a timely fashion.