The winding-up of deceased estates from lodging the Estate with the Master to Distribution of benefits to heirs & legatees. We advise you every step of the way.
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“A deceased estate comes into existence when a person dies leaving the property or a document which is a will or purports to be a will. Such estate must then be administered and distributed in terms of the deceased’s will or failing a valid will, in terms of the Intestate Succession Act, 81 of 1987.”
What happens to a person’s estate when he or she dies?
“At death the estate of the deceased person is frozen, and no-one may withdraw funds from the deceased’s bank accounts or deal with any of the estate assets without the necessary permission from the Master of the High Court. If the deceased was married in community of property, the joint estate is frozen. This situation often creates a hardship for the surviving spouse, especially where the bank accounts were all in the name of the joint estate or in the name of the deceased.”
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