Sometimes dealing with estate matters is overwhelming for executors.
Linda can provide practical advice to streamline the complex paperwork associated with estates. She can advise on the documentation necessary to close bank accounts and notify services and utilities.
Conveyancing services are available for the sale of property and/or shares.
Administrator – A person who administers a deceased estate when the deceased person has not left a Will
Bequeath – To dispose of personal property by a Will
Beneficiary – A person named in a Will or Trust to receive a gift as detailed in the Will or Trust
Codicil – An addition to a Will which alters, adds to or confirms the contents of a Will
Intestate – When a person dies without making a Will
Executrix – A female who is nominated in a Will to take care of the willmaker’s interests after the willmaker’s death
Letters of Administration – A formal document to allow for the deceased’s estate to be administered if there is no Will
Null – Without legal validity
Testate – When a person dies and has made a Will
Probate – A document granted when all details of a deceased estate are finalised
Testamentary Expenses – Costs incurred by a deceased’s personal representative in administering the estate