Probate and Estate Administration

You may be entitled to administer the estate of a deceased according to a will, or according to the provisions of the Estate Administration Act if the deceased passed away intestate (meaning, no Will was formed).

In either case, our office is equipped to assist you through the many legal obstacles that you may face when applying for a Grant of Probate, Grant of Administration with a Will Annexed, or a Grant of Administration (with no will).
The law surrounding the administration of a deceased’s estate is complicated, and at Shield Law, we are readily available to ensure that you meet the legal requirements for accessing estate property and to administer it properly pursuant to the law.

If you are unsure of whether you are entitled to administer the estate of a deceased, or are in need of assistance to begin an application for administering an estate, please contact our office today.