Deceased Estates in Queensland – Probate and Administration

Deceased Estates in Queensland

At Spranklin McCartney Lawyers, we understand that a death in the family is always a difficult and stressful time in one’s life.  There are many decisions that need to be made and, often, emotions can be high, making the situation stressful and difficult to endure.

Spranklin McCartney Lawyers can assist in all aspects of dealing with and administering deceased estates in Queensland.

Once a person has passed away, it is important for their estate to be dealt with in accordance with the terms of their will.

Additionally, the duties of an executor in Queensland can be complex and difficult to understand, particularly if it is necessary to obtain a Grant of Probate of a will in Queensland.

We have over 40 years experience in obtaining Grants of Probate of a will in Queensland and advising upon deceased estates in Queensland, can assist anybody who may have been appointed as an executor of a will in Queensland.  We can advise the executor of their duties and legal obligations to ensure the estate is properly administered and distributed.

Conversely, for deceased estates in Queensland where a will does not exist, we can assist with obtaining a Grant of Letters of Administration and advise any person who may be required to act as an Administrator of an intestate estate.

For more information on how we can assist you in obtaining a Grant of Probate of a will in Queensland and the administration of deceased estates in Queensland, please contact our office.

For more information on how we can assist you please contact our office.

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