Probate (Letters of Administration)

Obtaining a grant of probate or letters of administration can be a difficult process, and any person who wishes to bring an action seeking a provision must first fulfil the eligibility requirements as expressed in statute law. There are many technical requirements that need to be met in order to obtain a grant of probate or letters of administration, and to ensure that your matter is treated with the care that it deserves, you can conduct a search on the FindLaw Directory for a legal practitioner who will be able to assist in an application of probate or letters of administration in all states and territories within Australia.

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Deceased Estates - when is a Grant of Representation required?

Date: 19 Apr 2016, Filed under: Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Succession Planning

WHEN A person dies in Victoria, it is necessary to ensure that his or her affairs are wound up as the deceased is unable to continue to hold property such...

Why it’s important to keep your will up-to-date

Date: 05 Sep 2012, Filed under: Superannuation & Elder Law, Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Inheritance Disputes

One of the most important documents that a person will arguably ever produce is a will, and in order to ensure that the person’s estate is administered...

What is a trustee?

Date: 24 Jul 2012, Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Superannuation & Elder Law, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Inheritance Disputes

Trustees have important duties to perform, and although many visitors to FindLaw will be familiar with the term, some may not have a full grasp of who...


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