Probate can be a relatively simple process once there is a Will. If the deceased does not have a Will then dividing their assets can become a more complicated process, known as Administration of Estate. Usually, the closest family member is appointed the Administrator and it is their responsibility to deal with the estate in accordance with the Succession Act, 1965. This involves identifying the various assets, getting control of these assets, paying any liabilities and debt, and distributing assists to beneficiaries.
Our expert team of solicitors can assist you with all aspects of Administration of Estates. We will help guide you through this process ensuring you understand all of your responsibilities and obligations and offer practical and reliable support.