The Probate is a legal document.


If you are an Executor of an Estate, application has to be made to the Supreme Court for a Grant of Probate.


Obtaining the Grant of  Probate is the first step in the process of administering the deceased’s estate.


Once Probate has been Granted by the Court, the Executor can then administer  the  Estate, resolve all claims and distribute the deceased’s  estate  in accordance with the Will.


The Supreme Court decides the legal validity of  the  Will and grants its approval by granting Probate to the executor.  The probated will becomes a legal document that can be enforced by the executor.


The Probate also officially appoints the Executor as having legal power to dispose of the deceased’s assets in the manner specified in the Will. However, through the Probate process a will may be contested.


Filing an application for Probate and administering the estate can be complicated time consuming and stressful . At Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers, we can take the stress out of the legal  process  for you and make the process as hassle free as possible.


If you are the executor of a Will and need  to apply for Probate please call  Breens Solicitors & Conveyancers for an obligation free quote on (02) 8628 0415.


Paul Kaperonis, Solicitor and Conveyancer helping the local community for over 30 years.