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Probate and Letters of Administration SA | Probate Consultants

Probate Consultants are a simple, cost-effective way for South Australians to receive the guidance and support they need when it comes to Probate applications in SA and Letters of Administration applications in SA.

We provide a Free Consultation where we assess your situation thoroughly and explain what is involved in obtaining a Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration in plain English without legal jargon. With a coveted 5-Star Google Rating and over 160 reviews, you are in good hands with Probate Consultants. We are Australia’s highest rated Probate service and pride ourselves on delivering industry-leading customer service to every client.

If you are the Executor of a Will, or the closest next of kin of someone who has passed away without a Will, get in touch with our expert Probate and Letters of Administration professionals at Probate Consultants SA for a Free Consultation – No timers, No obligations.

Probate

Probate is a legal process where the Supreme Court of SA certifies that:

  • A person has passed away (the deceased).
  • The deceased left a valid Will.
  • The executor(s) named in the Will have the authority to administer and finalise the deceased’s estate.

Letters Of Administration

Letters of Administration are issued by the Supreme Court of SA to the person who is legally entitled to deal with the property and assets of someone who has passed away without a valid will. This person is appointed Administrator of the estate.

A Grant of Letters of Administration is proof that:

  • A person has passed away (the deceased).
  • The deceased died intestate (without a valid Will).
  • The administrator named in the Grant has the authority to administer and finalise the deceased’s estate.

Applying for Probate and Letters of Administration in SA

Probate Consultants has streamlined the process of applying for Probate and Letters of Administration in South Australia into 4 easy steps:

Step 1

Speak with one of our dedicated consultants over the phone or via video call.

Step 2

Complete one, simple webform.

Step 3

Your expert Consultant completes the application.

Step 4

Your application is Lodged with the Supreme Court.

Quick, Easy & Affordable – why choose Probate Consultants in SA?

At Probate Consultants, we ensure that our professional, friendly and expert advice is accessible to all. Our vast experience means that we understand the emotions and challenges faced when your loved one passes away. That’s why we strive to provide a streamlined, hassle-free approach to Probate applications in SA and Letters of Administration applications in SA.

Our co-founder, Thomas Torcello is an Australian lawyer (non-practising) who realised that operating as Probate Consultants, rather than a traditional law firm, allows us to offer a more personalised service at a much lower cost whilst delivering the same outcome as Probate Lawyers in South Australia.

Thomas understood first-hand the challenges people face when required to apply for Probate and Letters of Administration when his grandfather passed away. He was profoundly affected by seeing his grandmother struggle with high fees, lack of transparency and an inaccessible, jargon-heavy process.

It is this very personal experience, the lessons learned, and a desire to provide a simple, client-friendly and cost-effective alternative to Probate Lawyers that gave birth to the vision of Probate Consultants.

Call us today on 1300 561 803 for a Free Consultation

Why Probate Consultants are the #1 Probate service in SA

Call us now on 1300 561 803 for a Free Consultation. Alternatively, fill in our Form to arrange a call-back or video chat at a time that works best for you.

Frequently Asked Questions

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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