Articles matching Probate (Letters of Administration)

Pages -

Deceased Estates - when is a Grant of Representation required?

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

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?

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...

Probate and letters of administration in a family provision order claim

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Succession Planning, Administration of Estates, Children, Separation, Property Settlement, Financial Disputes, Agreements

When making an application for a family provision, there are a number of things that should be taken into account by a potential litigant and may include:...

An aging population and dementia as a cause of death: Testamentary capacity to make a Will?

Filed under: Equity & Trusts, Superannuation & Elder Law, Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates

As the number of people over the age of 80 years in Australia continues to increase, so too does the number of deaths that have “dementia” or other mental...

Net estates: What considerations must the court take into account when making a provision?

Filed under: Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Administration of Estates

When a person who is close to us has passed away, it’s understandably a difficult time for relatives and friends. It’s already hard enough to mourn for...

Estate Disputes and Contesting Wills in New South Wales

Filed under: Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Succession Planning, Administration of Estates

Estate Disputes and Contesting Wills in New South Wales

How to Apply for a Grant of Probate

Filed under: Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration)

Want to know how to apply for probate? Find out here.

The Role of an Executor in the Administration of an Estate

Filed under: Probate (Letters of Administration) , Estate Planning, Administration of Estates

What are the duties and responsibilities of an executor? Find out about it here.

Intestacy – Dying without a will

Filed under: Wills, Probate (Letters of Administration) , Administration of Estates

We all probably know plenty of people who don't have a will. It is very easy to put off, however you never know when you will need one.

Findlaw

We welcome your feedback

Hi there! We want to make this site as good as it can for you, the user. Please tell us what you would like to do differently and we will do our best to accommodate!

   
Protected by FormShield


 
 
We've updated our Privacy Statement, before you continue. please read our new Privacy Statement and familiarise yourself with the terms.