Deceased Estate Administration
The process involved in the estate administration of a deceased it most of the times a complex scenario and it involves validating all beneficiaries, creditors etc.
Most people of out there do not know what the steps involve and how to administer the estate and that is where we come in to assist people to get the process completed, as smoothly as possible.
A very important factor to notice is that a person can only act as the executor of an estate if he/she I appointed by the Master of the High Court and then the duties outlined in the Administration of Estates Act needs to be adhered to.
The 3 main duties of the executor involve the following:
1. To determine the outstanding debts owed and settle them as soon as possible.
2. The Executor of the estate needs to determine what the assets are of the deceased and these include furniture, stocks, cash etc.
3. Then according to the balance sheet that needs to be setup, determine what amounts are too be paid out to the beneficiaries as stipulate in the will.
There are allot of other smaller issues that needs to be dealt with during the estate administration process and we have with our extensive knowledge come to know the pitfalls and will be able to assist you to get the process completed as quickly and smoothly as possible.
If you do need help with the administration of the estate of a deceased, then please complete the enquiry form below and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please complete the enquiry form and one of our consultants will contact you.
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