If the deceased left a valid will, the estate would be distributed according to their wishes. The executor(s) named in the will apply to the court for a grant of probate. Once the court has authorised this, the distribution of the assets can take place.
Assets can include money, property, and any other possessions.
If the deceased did not leave a valid will, a spouse, or next of kin could apply to be appointed a personal representative to deal with the estate’s administration. This is known as a grant of letters of administration.
I.R.B Law has helped thousands of clients just like you through the process, ensuring they unlock the assets belonging to the deceased, and distributing them to their lawful beneficiaries. We offer incredibly competitive pricing for both grants of probate and letters of administration whilst maintaining a high service level.
Our lawyers will guide you through your responsibilities regarding wills, probate, and letters of administration. They will explain how you can achieve the best solution through Singapore’s courts to gain legal control of the deceased’s assets.
I.R.B estate lawyers can apply for a grant of probate or letters of administration on your behalf, saving you time and extra stress at what is already a challenging time.
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