Grant of Probate | Service 2018-03-23T10:46:49+00:00


   Fast, Affordable, Fixed Fee Grants 

What is a Grant of Probate?

When someone dies you may need to get a Grant of Probate to deal with the property, money and possessions of their estate. Probate is an official document giving you the right to deal with a deceased person’s estate issued by the Supreme Court. To obtain Probate, the deceased must have left a Will. If there is no Will, you will need to get Letters of Administration.

We have helped and supported over a thousand clients to get the legal help they need at such a difficult time. We offer no upfront professional fees until we have received the Grant of Probate from the Court.

Note at this time, we only offer our Grant of Probate service to New South Wales, Victoria, Australian Capital Territory and Queensland deceased estates. We offer our DIY service for all other Australian States.

The Process

Your lawyer will review a copy of the deceased’s Will, Death Certificate and your completed Questionnaire. Once our legal review is complete, we attend to all legally required advertising and notifications.

We draft your application for a grant of probate and send this to you via post for signing and return to us.

We lodge your application for a Grant of Probate. The Court typically takes (4 ) weeks to process your application. Timing depends on how busy the Court is at the time your application is lodged.

Once your grant has been received by our firm from the Court, we send this to you via registered post. That’s it – you have your grant and can now legally deal with the deceased’s assets and finalise the estate.

 Our Fixed Fee



*  Note: Our no up-front professional fee only applies if the deceased estate is solvent. All disbursements, such as advertising fee and court filing fees are not included in our fixed legal fee.

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