You Have Our Sympathies
Most of us have had to deal with the death of someone close to us, and it's always difficult.
If you are also the person responsible for dealing with the estate of your loved one, you can add a whole lot of admin on top of an already draining experience.
Transferring a deceased person's property is a long process, and if they didn't have a will, it's even longer. You need to apply for a Death Certificate, and Probate, and maybe Survivorship, or Transmission of the land. Plus the transaction has to be assessed for Stamp Duty.
You will also need to engage a conveyancer to finalise the transaction in accordance with the will.
We have assisted families in the most complex of circumstances to finalise deceased estates and ensure that all the beneficiaries receive the property interest intended for them. From family farms to life tenancies, we have seen it all and will help your family move through this difficult with the minimum of disruption and difficulty.
If you are an executor or administrator of an estate, contact us today to review your scenario and advise on what you need to settle the land.