If a family member or friend has died and you are a nominated executor of a Will or if the person has died without a will, a grant of grant of probate on letters of administration is often needed to legally transfer ownership of the deceased’s assets to the appropriate persons. Obtaining a grant of probate and administering an estate can be a difficult time for family and beneficiaries. We are skilled at advising in relation to the administration of estates whether a Will exists or not. We take the time to explain the process involved. As a firm, we have been assisting clients with estates for over 40 years and have accumulated a wealth of experience to help solve any problems which may arise. Typical problems which have arisen in the past include problems with home-made Wills, beneficiaries in dispute with each other, claims against the estate, unusual assets and changed legal names.