How much does it cost to get Probate in SA?

We are genuinely here to help you get probate out of the way as quickly as possible, so that you can finalise the deceased person’s estate and distribute assets to the beneficiaries.

As you can see from the materials on our website, we provide detailed and helpful answers to a number of questions about probate, including whether it is necessary in the first place, and what is involved in the process.

But we understand that a lot of people are too busy to do it all themselves, or get frustrated by the sometimes tedious tasks of actually getting probate through the Court. If you are one of these people, and would like one of our competent and caring staff to assist you to get probate done quickly and efficiently, then we are more than keen to get involved.

The next question we generally get asked when someone wants our assistance in getting their probate through quickly, is how much will we charge?

The good news is that we are very straight-forward and transparent about this issue. We are also flexible in allowing you to choose how much of our assistance you need.

Click here to read more about our clear and flexible fixed fee Probate Services.

Clients often ask us how they can keep costs down for the preparation of the Application. Getting the documents to us quickly and in one go will help keep costs down, as will sorting them into an order that makes some sense.  Click here to read more about the documents that you need for a probate application. 

Call us on 1300 654 590 for a no-obligation discussion on how we can assist you with your questions about Probate.

Want to know more?

Click here to find out more about our fixed fee Probate Services.


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