NSW Probate Law

Removal of an Executor

When a Grant of Probate is obtained, the court expects the person appointed as Executor to administer the estate properly. This means that there are certain responsibilities and duties one must fulfil if one is appointed Executor. These duties include collecting the assets of the deceased, organising funeral arrangements, paying the debts owed by the … Continue reading Removal of an Executor

Succession Planning

Succession Planning is the term used for getting your affairs in order. It is about protecting your family and loved ones in the event that something happens to you, by ensuring that they are financially secure. Succession Planning covers a wide range of matters, including your Will and how you wish to distribute your assets, … Continue reading Succession Planning

Deed of Variation

A Deed of Variation is a legal document that changes the terms of a person’s Will after their death. Why would you need a Deed of Variation? There are several reasons why the beneficiaries to a Will may wish to change the terms of the Will. In all Australian States it is possible for eligible … Continue reading Deed of Variation

Uncontested Application!

An “Uncontested Application” requires expert legal advice from a lawyer who deals in Estate Litigation. When a person dies, there is a legal process that needs to be followed to allow their assets and liabilities to be administered. This process is referred to as a Grant of Probate and it requires the making of a … Continue reading Uncontested Application!

Wills, Probates and Estates

Wills, Probate and Estates, the law, process and words surrounding what happens to your assets and liabilities when you die can be confusing. In simple terms, you have the ability to make a valid Will which is a written document signed by you and witnessed by two other people that sets out the way you … Continue reading Wills, Probates and Estates