How we help you as the Executor of a Will?
The Executor has to organise the deceased affairs to ensure their Will is distributed according to law and in the manner that the deceased has made known in the Will.
At Guardian Wills and Probate we work to make your life easier as you deal with loss and grief.
We can liaise with the beneficiaries, organise Probate and gather financial information and arrange for funds to be placed in the deceased estate bank account once Probate or Letters of Administration have been granted.
- Life is busier.
- Stresses are greater.
When you lose someone you love and admire and have been named as Executor; there are financial and emotional considerations.
- A neutral third party is an ideal answer if problems arise.
- At Guardian Wills and Probate, we are the third party.
We apply and obtain a Grant of Probate of the Will or Letters of Administration for the estate.
We contact government departments, banks, superannuation companies, insurance companies, etc
We do not take away the Executor’s role, but we are in the background doing the work and guiding the executor.
The Executor is the only one in charge of the deceased estate assets on behalf of the beneficiaries.
The Executor administers the deceased estate according to the Laws of Western Australia.
It’s not an easy task. In fact, it’s often a responsible and difficult job, but we take the pressure off you and work hard at preparing the Probate documents, contacting the financial institutions and nursing homes, Centrelink, etc to have a speedy, efficient outcome.
Money from the deceased estate pays for our role as executor assistant. We do not require money up front.