Probate & Deceased Estate Administration

We have many years of experience in dealing with all aspects of probate and deceased estates

We understand that seeing a lawyer can be a daunting experience during such a difficult time, and we aim to make the process as simple and convenient as possible.

The executor of a Will must comply with various laws and rules that govern the administration of a deceased estate. We provide advice every step of the way, ensuring that the executor understands their responsibilities in relation to looking after the deceased person’s assets. We explain in simple terms the role of the executor, their responsibility to manage the estate within the terms of the Will, and protect the estate’s assets. We can help you carry out your duties and guide you through the process.

If you are the executor of a deceased person’s Will, your duties can range from organising the funeral and locating the Will, to managing accounts and lodging tax returns.

Baker Love Lawyers can help you carry out your duties in a timely manner, providing peace of mind to you and any beneficiaries.

If you’re in a situation where a deceased person has not left a Will, we can guide you through the process of administering the estate according to Australian intestacy law.

The entire process is carried out with minimal inconvenience and worry on your part and maximum involvement on our part, so that you receive an uncomplicated and stress-free service. Our lawyers’ experience ranges from dealing with relatively simple estates, to exceedingly complex matters requiring a high level of skill and knowledge.

You can be assured that you will receive highly professional, efficient and accurate service when teaming with Baker Love Lawyers.

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Life is unpredictable.

You need a Wills and Estate specialist who can help you articulate your wishes so you’re prepared for any circumstance.

A will allows you to express how your estate and finances should be divided after your death, and provides peace of mind so your family are aware of your wishes.

Big life events like the birth of a child, purchasing property, a terminal diagnosis or the death of a loved one can set things into perspective. Having an up-to-date Will ensures that your family, friends or even your community are cared for when you’re gone.

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