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Can I change the terms of a Will?

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If you have been appointed the as executor of a Will, you are bound to carry out the wishes of the deceased in accordance with the terms of their Will and according to law. Some of the terms of the Will may be impossible to complete, for example if a beneficiary has died or cannot be found, […]

What are the duties of an executor?

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What are the duties of an executor? Acting as the executor or administrator of a deceased estate is very serious duty. There are many important steps you will need to take to properly complete the administration of the estate. The duties of an executor or administrator include: Locate the original Will – if the deceased left a […]

I can’t find the original Will. What next?

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Usually the Supreme Court of Western Australia will only issue a Grant of Probate if the executor produces the original Will of the deceased, but you may still be able to obtain a grant if you only have a copy of the Will.

Do I need a probate lawyer?

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If the estate is straightforward, and you have time, you can probably carry out most of the necessary work yourself. If the estate is complex, you should always seek advice from a probate lawyer.

Why are our Probate fees so low?

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Our interactive technology allows us to significantly reduce the cost of providing consumer legal services. Common tasks, such as making an Application for Probate, that would previously have taken many hours can now be completed in a fraction of the time. We pass on these savings to clients in the form of lower Probate fees.

What does it mean to die intestate?

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A person dies intestate if they die without a valid Will. A partial intestacy occurs where a valid Will does not dispose of the testator’s entire estate.

What information do I need to make a probate application?

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A probate application must include information about the deceased’s Will, the date and location of their death and a statement of their assets and liabilites. An application for Letters of Administration must set out the deceased’s family tree, the date and location of their death and a statement of their assets and liabilites.