A grant of probate of a will is a procedure that takes place before a person’s final wishes can be carried out. This is a document that is issued by the Probate Office of the Supreme Court which states that the executor has proven the will is valid.

Once a grant has been received, the executor is then free to deal with the assets and distribute to the beneficiaries of the will. However, this can sometimes be a complex and challenging task, especially where large amounts of money and assets are involved.

Harwood Andrews' wills and estates team will guide you through the process of applying for probate and ensuring the distribution of assets is handles in the least stressful way.

We can advise and assist you in the areas of:

  • Application for probate

  • Distribution of assets

  • Disputed estates

Probate and Estates Contacts

Justin Hartnett
Harwood Andrews
03 5225 5220  |  0419 571 840

Andrew Robson
Principal Lawyer
Harwood Andrews
03 5329 6920  |  0400 857 269


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