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Probate $450

Letters of Administration from $695

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Our Services

  • We provide a full service in obtain Grant of Probate, Reseal of Probate and Letters of Administration

    Our Services

  • Our expert probate lawyers will provide comprehensive adviceMeeting with our Expert Probate Lawyers
  • Preparing the Court Documents
  • Affidavits must be witnessed by a Lawyer or Justice of the PeaceWitnessing the Signing of the Documents
  • Lodging the Documents at the Probate Office
  • Liaising with the Court
  • Our Fees

  • Probate or Reseal of Probate

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  • plus $338 Probate Office Filing Fee
  • Letters of Administration

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  • plus $338 Probate Office Filing Fee

What is Probate?

Probate is the process of registering a deceased person’s Will in the Supreme Court so the named executor under the Will can deal with the deceased person’s assets (e.g. property, bank accounts and shares) and administer them according to the Will (or otherwise pursuant to a Deed of Family Arrangement).

Do I need Probate in WA?

If the deceased died leaving a valid Will and assets in WA, you most likely will need to apply for a Grant of Probate in WA.

If you are unsure if you need Probate, give us a call.

What is Letters of Administration?

Letters of Administration is the process of applying to the Supreme Court to administer the deceased estate pursuant to section 14 of the Administration Act which sets out a formula as to how a deceased estate is to be distributed (e.g. if the deceased left a spouse and children the spouse gets 1/3 plus $50,000 and the children get 2/3s).

Do I need Letters of Administration in WA?

If the deceased did not leave a Will, or the Will is deemed to be invalid (ie was not executed correctly or they remarried or divorced after making the Will) and they left assets in WA, you will most likely need to obtain Letters of Administration in WA.

If you are unsure if you need Letters of Administration, give us a call.

What is Reseal of Probate?

Where the deceased died leaving assets situated in another State or Commonwealth country, a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration may need to be issued by a Court of that jurisdiction.

If you have already obtained the Grant of Probate (or Letters of Administration) in another State or Country, then you will need to apply for the Grant of Probate to be “resealed”.

Do I need Resealing of Probate in WA?

If the deceased died leaving assets in more than one jurisdiction including WA, which is typically the case where the deceased had a share portfolio, then you will most likely need to have the Grant of Probate resealed.

If you are not sure if you need a Grant of Probate to be resealed, please contact us.

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About Robson Hayes Poli Legal

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Robson Hayes Poli Legal
Our expert lawyers have many years of experience with helping Australians and non-residents obtain a Grant of Probate, Letters of Administration and assisting with inheritance disputes. If you need us to assist you in obtaining a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration or with an inheritance dispute, then contact us by phone or email to make an appointment to meet with one of our expert lawyers for a free consultation.

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