GRANT OF PROBATE
What is Grant of Probate?
A Grant of Probate is the Supreme Court’s official recognition of the validity of a Will. Many asset holders will require a certified copy of a Grant of Probate before they will comply with any direction by the executors or administrator of an estate and before they will release any assets.
If you pass away without a Will, your next of kin will be required to obtain a grant of Letters of Administration from the Court in order to administer your Estate.
We can assist you with your application for a grant of Probate, Letters of Administration or a Reseal of a foreign grant.
We can assist you with any complex issues that may arise in relation to the administration of a loved-one’s Estate if there is:
- An informal Will;
- An unsigned or copy of a Will;
- Concerns as to the capacity of the will-maker when a Will was signed.
We have the skills and experience to be able to help you navigate the complex legal issues, whilst providing you with support during what is often a difficult and emotional time for families.
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Tel: +61 7 5552 6666
Fax: +61 7 5528 0955
Office: Level 2, 17 Welch Street, Southport Qld 4215
Postal: PO Box 1876, Southport QLD 4215
Open: 8:30am - 5:00pm Monday to Friday
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