Are you considering estate planning? There are a few ways to plan for your estate; that is having a will, trust deed, or power of attorney.
You can write a will telling your executor how you want to distribute your assets after your after-life. We can help you with choosing your executor and writing a detailed will stating your wishes.
You can also have a trust deed appointing a trustee to manage your assets for your loved ones, the beneficiaries.
You can also have a power of attorney instructing your appointed donee on how to exercise your rights and power on your behalf.
If you want to manage the estate of your loved ones, we understand it can be hard for you in this difficult time. There are a few ways to get an order from the authority to administer the estate namely: grant of probate, letter of administration, and small estate administration.
Grant of probate is an order from the High Court allowing the appointed executor to administer the estate according to the testator’s instructions in the will.
A letter of administration is an order from the High Court appointing an administrator, usually the close ones of the deceased to administer the deceased's estate.
We can help you to apply for small estate administration when the estate is a small estate and there is no will.