Probate/Letters of Administration

Your loved one has departed this life and now someone has to attend to the legal responsibilities associated with his/her assets and liabilities. It is not always an easy task and a responsibility never to be taken lightly. Where the deceased has left a Will, an application to the Supreme Court to prove that a Will is the last and valid Will of the deceased, must first be made before the assets are dealt with. If everything is in order, the Supreme Court will issue a Grant of Probate.

If there is no Will, Letters of Administration must be applied for before the assets of the deceased are distributed or transferred.

The executor (in the case of Probate) or the Administrator (in the case of Letters of Administration) must take care to properly deal with the assets and liabilites of the deceased according to law.

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