Our NSW Probate Kit quickly + easily creates the NSW Supreme Court approved forms required for an Application for the Grant of Probate in NSW.
Here’s how it works:
Up to 3 Plaintiffs, usually, the Executors or Substitute Executors can apply for Probate:
The kit includes the following documents:
Pages reserved for:
The forms comply with Part 78 Supreme Court Rules 1970 (NSW), Probate and Administration Act 1898 (NSW) and Succession Act 2006 (NSW).
What is a Grant of Probate?
A grant of probate is a legal document that authorises an executor (or executors) to manage the estate of a deceased person in accordance with the provisions of the deceased's will.
You will usually need to apply for a grant of probate if:
We recommend you contact the institutions (such as banks, superannuation funds, and insurers) holding the assets.
If there are assets solely in the name of the deceased, the institution will usually tell you whether or not they require a grant of probate to release those assets.
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