Estate legal service where no will (including letters of administration)
When completed, this secure form returns an estimate of legal costs (including outlays) for estate legal services for early advice on administration of a deceased estate where there is no will (or an inadequate will) including filing an application to court for a grant of letters of administration. The information supplied is private and only shared with the Law Practice of Robert Garvey.
How many are applying to be administrator?
An administrator of a deceased estate is appointed by the court where there is no will or the will does not name anyone willing or able to act as executor. If there is more than one administrator, they must act jointly (i.e. unanimously).
sole administrator only
What type of service did you want?
document preparation only (lowest cost)
remote service (we cannot meet in person)
local service (Brisbane metro+)
Is there any will?
Are there any issues that might bear on your standing as a fit and proper person to administer the estate (e.g. bankruptcy or crimes)?
Name of deceased
Place of death
Australia (ex Qld)
Approximate value of Estate in Queensland
Less than $100,000
$100,001 to $1 million
Over $1 million
By typing your name(s) you request in good faith an estimate of legal costs based on the answers above.
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