If you have a Will, upon your demise your Executor will make an application to the Supreme Court for a Grant of Probate.
Upon receiving the Grant of Probate, your Executor will be in the position to deal with your wishes and distribute your assets in accordance with your Will.
If you have been appointed as an Executor of a deceased estate and require assistance in applying for a Grant of Probate or require any advice in relation to your duties, we are here to help.
If you are one of the beneficiaries in a Will, and you are unsure about your beneficial entitlements and rights, and you wish to speak to someone who can assist you, let one of our lawyers at JK Lawyers assist you.
If you have been left out of the Will but feel that you should be one of the beneficiaries, and you need to speak to someone about what rights you may have, contact our office as soon as possible because in many such cases involving Wills, there is a limited time within which to act or bring an action.