Probate Application Tasmania
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Applying for Probate in TAS or Letters of Administration in TAS is often one of the first steps you will take when dealing with the estate of a loved one who has passed away. Together these are known as Grants of Representation, and although there is no legal requirement that you must obtain a Grant before dealing with a deceased person’s estate, many asset-holders will request Probate or Letters of Administration before releasing assets.

Probate applications in TAS and Letters of Administration applications in TAS can be daunting and many people feel overwhelmed when trying to navigate the various forms and strict procedures of the Supreme Court. Whilst Probate Lawyers in TAS are a great option for complex applications that require legal advice, most applications are straightforward.

Our founders, Thomas and Naomi Torcello built Probate Consultants to expertly focus on straightforward applications for Probate and Letters of Administration, so we are able to cut through much of the red tape, policies and procedures that come with running a legal practice whilst delivering the same outcome as Probate Lawyers in TAS.

Probate Consultants is Australia’s highest rated Probate service because we are the experts at getting Probate and Letters of Administration applications approved in the fastest possible time and making the process easy, efficient and seamless. Don’t take out word for it though. With over 160 5-Star Google reviews, our clients say it all.

If you need to apply for Probate or Letters of Administration in TAS and want a faster, easier and more affordable alternative to solicitors please contact us for a Free Consultation. There are no timers, and never any obligations.

Applying for Probate and Letters of Administration in Tasmania

Applying for Probate in TAS and Letters of Administration in TAS involves the following steps:

Step 1

Collecting and preparing necessary documents.

Step 2

Completing a ‘Notice of Intention to Apply for a Grant’ and emailing it to the Probate Registry.

  • The Registry will publish the Notice on the Supreme Court of Tasmania website.

Step 3

Completing the relevant Forms.

Step 4

Lodging the duly executed application with the Court in person or by post.

  • This can only be done once the advertisement has been published for 14 clear days.

This process can be challenging and tedious, which is why we offer a simple and hassle-free way of applying for Probate in TAS and Letters of Administration in TAS for a low Fixed-Fee. We believe that expert guidance should be available to everyone in Tasmania – without the complicated legal jargon and high costs.

Call us today on 1300 561 803 for a Free Consultation. Alternatively fill in our Online Form to request a call-back at a time that works best for you.

Probate Consultants – why we are the #1 Probate service in TAS

Probate Consultants help you complete your application for a Grant of Probate in TAS or Grant of Letters of Administration in TAS with the expertise you would expect from a solicitor but without the excessive legal fees and lengthy turnaround times.

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Our co- founder, Thomas Torcello, is an Australian lawyer (non-practising) who realised that operating as Probate Consultants, rather than a traditional law firm, allowed us to offer our clients a bespoke, one-to-one service, whilst delivering the same outcome as Probate Lawyers.

As Australia’s #1 Probate service, we are passionate about helping people get through trying times and will guide you through the application process step-by-step. Our innovative approach was inspired by our own experience in this daunting area of law and is built around the principles of ease, efficiency and affordability.

Fast, Affordable & Easy – why Probate Consultants are the highest rate probate service in Australia

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.

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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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