Probate and Letters of Administration in NSW – What is The Difference? Probate and Letters of Administration are terminologies used in Wills and Estate Law. There are lots of different legal terms used in Wills and Estates, which can make it confusing. Two of these legal terms are Probate and Letters of Administration and they … Continue reading Probate and Letters of Administration – What is The Difference
Process of Probate in NSW Process of Probate includes applying to the Supreme Court of New South Wales for the Will of the deceased to be declared a valid legal document, allowing the assets in the deceased Estate to be gathered in by the Executor, liabilities paid and the deceased Estate distributed to the beneficiaries … Continue reading Process of Probate – Lawyers Sydney
Grant Of Representation Probate Lawyers Sydney NSW Grant of Representation is also known as a Grant of Probate and it is the official legal document from the Court that allows a person, usually the Executor named in the Will of the deceased, to deal with the assets of a deceased Estate. The usual process after receiving a … Continue reading Grant of Representation – Sydney Probate Lawyers
Trustee’s Personal Liability For Negligence in NSW Are Estate Trustee’s open to personal liability for negligence, when handling an Estate? Trustee’s of deceased Estates are subject to numerous duties that they have a legal obligation to carry out including paying the debts of the Estate, gathering in the assets of the Estate and ensuring that the … Continue reading Trustees Personal Liability
Succession Act and Challenging A Will In NSW In most States of Australia legislation is in place to assist people in challenging a Will. In New South Wales this legislation is called the Succession Act. The Succession Act sets out who and how a person can Challenge a Will. Under the Act only people who … Continue reading Succession Act and Challenging A Will
Probate difficulties In NSW? Probate can come with a few difficulties! Probate is the formal application that is made to the Court after a person has died. The purpose of the application to the Court is to establish the validity of the Will of the deceased so that the Executors named in the Wil,l can … Continue reading Probate Difficulties In NSW
Probate Filing Fees 2018 for the Supreme Court Probate Filing Fees For 2018 In NSW Probate Filing Fees for 2018 In NSW follows a process and applying for Probate includes an application to the Supreme Court of New South Wales for the official Grant of Probate. The application for Probate to the Court includes many things … Continue reading Probate Filing Fees 2018 – Sydney Probate Lawyer
Grant of Probate and Executors Grant of Probate and Executors, the role of an executor is centred on the proper administration of a deceased’s estate. Often multiple executors are appointed to ease the administration process including obtaining a grant of probate, in the event that, one of the executors is unwilling or unable to act. … Continue reading Grant of Probate – Lawyers Sydney
Can you be in a De-facto relationship in separate houses? The law of inheritance often looks at whether the deceased was in a de-facto relationship before they died. To be characterised as a de-facto relationship under intestacy, two people must have had a relationship as a couple living together for at least 2 years before … Continue reading De-facto In Separate Houses!
When Do You Need Probate in NSW When do you need Probate? Probate refers to a legal document that issues from the Supreme Court of New South Wales. The purpose of this legal document is to allow the Executor or Executors named in the deceased’s Will to begin collecting the assets and paying the liabilities … Continue reading When Do You Need Probate?