Estate AdministrationTAS

This comprehensive and practical legal publication assists practitioners to advise and act for clients in all types of estate matters, including probate law in Tasmania.

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Overview

This comprehensive and practical legal guide assists practitioners to advise and act for clients in all types of estate matters, including probate law in Tasmania.

Prepared by experienced lawyers with significant knowledge of estate law in Tasmania, the matter plans enable an application for probate or letters of administration to be made with ease and confidence. The guides feature detailed commentary and all the necessary forms and precedents for obtaining a grant, getting in assets, and making the distribution. There is specific guidance on deeds of release and indemnity and deeds of family arrangement.

The matter plans are designed to aid seasoned lawyers, as well as junior members of staff, to confidently handle all estate law matters in Tasmania.

Precedents in this publication include:

  • Letters to beneficiaries at various stages;
  • Libraries of letters to asset holders – initial and final;
  • Deeds of family arrangement;
  • Probate and letters of administration application forms;
  • Statement of assets, liabilities, and distribution;
  • Deeds of release and indemnity;
  • Final letters to executor – concise and extensive.

The detailed Retainer Instructions ensures nothing is missed and the client is properly advised.

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