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#1 Online Probate Service in NSW with the Lowest Fixed-Fees and Fastest Approval Times

PROBATE AND LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION NSW | PROBATE CONSULTANTS

Probate Consultants are a fast, easy, and cost-effective “lawyerless” way for everyday Australians to access guidance and expert advice on Applications for Probate in NSW and Letters of Administration in NSW.

If you have been appointed as the Executor of a Will or are the closest next-of-kin of someone who has passed without a Will – speak to our friendly, experienced NSW Probate and NSW Letters of Administration experts at Probate Consultants for an obligation-free quote – the quicker, simpler, more affordable alternative to Probate Lawyers in Sydney.

We exist to provide a seamless, innovative, and bespoke legal service to families in Sydney who have lost a loved one and need to apply for Probate in NSW and Letters of Administration in NSW. We are Probate experts, but different! Our Co-Founder Thomas Torcello is an Australian lawyer who realised that operating as Probate Consultants, rather than a traditional law firm, allows us to provide a truly personal and one-to-one client experience, whilst delivering the same legal outcome.


Sydney is already known as the most expensive city in Australia in terms of property, groceries, and other everyday expenses associated with high costs of living – this even holds true when a loved one passes away. Our goal is to ensure that the funds left behind by a person who has passed remain with the intended beneficiaries: the family and friends carrying on the memory of their dearly departed.

Probate Consultants is the best rated Online Probate Service, with over 80 Five-Star Reviews on Google. We prioritise your experience and have built our application system around your needs during this already difficult time. With a 100% success rate, fixed fees, 24-hour turn-around and same day responses to all your calls and emails, Probate Consultants provide the peace of mind that you are getting the expertise you need in applying for Probate in NSW and Letters of Administration in NSW, whilst experiencing 5-Star customer service. See why we have a 5-Star rating on Google and what our clients say about us here.

The vision of our founders Thomas Torcello and Naomi Torcello was to provide a premium alternative to the rigid, overly legalistic and transactional approach when dealing with the loss of a loved one – the result: Probate Consultants.

APPLYING FOR PROBATE AND LETTERS OF ADMINISTRATION IN NEW SOUTH WALES

Generally speaking, applying for Probate and Letters of Administration in New South Wales involves:

  1. Advertising your intention to apply
  2. Drafting the Application
  3. Preparing all supporting documents (‘Annexures’)
  4. Lodging the application with the Supreme Court of NSW
    1. This can be done once the advertisement has been published for 14 clear days.

Probate Applications consist of the following documents:

  • Summons for Probate
  • Affidavit of Executor(s)
  • Certified Copy of Death Certificate with Annexure Note
  • Inventory of Assets
  • Draft Grant x 2
  • Original Will (marked)

Once an application for Probate or Letters of Administration is lodged with the Supreme Court of NSW, it is reviewed within 28 days. If the application is approved, the Grant of Probate or Administration is issued and sent out by post. If, however, there is an issue with the application, the Court will raise a requisition that must be answered before the application is granted.

Probate in New South Wales can be daunting for many people, especially considering the strict requirements of the Supreme Court of NSW and the various procedural aspects involved. Leave the challenging paperwork and processes to Probate Consultants and mitigate the risk of a requisition (questions raised by the Court) or even a failed application. We guarantee your application will be successful or your Money Back.

You can contact us for a Free Consultation – with no time limit – where we will assess your situation thoroughly and provide you all the information you need to make the right choice for you and your family. Our mission at Probate Consultants is for expert advice to be accessible to all families in NSW without feelings of being on a timer or fears about “what is this costing me?”

WHY CHOOSE PROBATE CONSULTANTS IN NEW SOUTH WALES?

We treat every client as though they were our family, because that is how this business began – helping family apply for Probate when they couldn’t afford the legal fees and had difficulty navigating the complicated, legalistic landscape.

Our unique position as expert consultants – and not a traditional law firm – is one of the many aspects that differentiate Probate Consultants from Probate Lawyers in Sydney who offer the same legal outcome. We care about you, your family and the experience that you all share in dealing with the loss of a loved one.

The team at Probate Consultants is known for being:

  • Professional
  • Kind
  • Friendly
  • Effective
  • Efficient
  • Responsive
  • Compassionate
  • Real
  • Personal
  • Understanding
  • Knowledgeable
  • Detailed
  • Fast

Don’t take our word for it though, this is what our clients say about their experience with Probate Consultants:

“My experience with Probate consultants was fantastic. Naomi was always professional, understanding and her work ethics are awesome. I would recommend this firm without hesitation.”

Lillian Koeleman
– December 2020

“Probate Consultants are amazing. They’re service is not only professional but very fast and efficient. Thomas made sure the process of grant was easy on us so there was less for us to do and stress about. Very lovely and supportive. I would give Probate Constants a 10 star review if I could ”

Maylin Rose
– December 2020

For a fast, affordable and easy quote, on applications for Probate in NSW or
Letters of Administration in NSW- contact us today through our website or call us on 1300 561 803.

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Note: The information provided is general in nature and is intended to offer an outline only. It is not comprehensive, nor does it constitute legal advice.
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