Wills and Deceased Estates
Do you need a Will? Are you an Executor of a Will? We assist with all types of Wills, Probate and Estate Planning issues. We also assist with all documentation necessary for a grant of probate or letters of administration.
A will is a document which dictates how a person's estate will be dealt with upon their death. Without a will, the deceased's estate will be dealt with under a formula prescribed by the Administration Act.
Even if you have had a will in the past, it is important to review your will every five or so years to ensure that the will is accurate and still relevant (assets may have been sold or relationships may have broken down). There are also some statutory terms which will nullify a will, such as marriage.
Upon the death of a person it is appropriate to obtain a grant of probate in the case of a deceased with a will, or letters of administration in the case of a person who has died intestate without a will.
Each application is made to the Probate Office of the Supreme Court of Western Australia
It is also possible to apply to the Supreme Court for a share or a greater share in an estate where:
- you were not provided for and you dispute the intention of the testator ; or
- you were not adequately provided for under the will and you have a special need.
We are able to assist in relation to:
- Preparation of a Will;
- Obtaining a Grant of Probate;
- Obtaining Letters of Administration; and
- Estate disputes.
Simple Wills for $110
- We are currently offering the creation of a simple Will for $110.
- For more information on a simple Will, please click here