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Our attorneys can help you with everything from wills to living wills, trusts, and powers of attorney. We offer experience in the administration of deceased estates and will ensure that the process is administered as efficiently as possible.

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Effective & reliable distribution of your estate after death

We have handled thousands of estates successfully for clients throughout South Africa. Our estate planning services include: all areas related to the distribution of an estate after death, including: Administration: Filing wills and trusts with the family court; Preparation of estate tax returns; Monitoring assets while acting as a fiduciary; Collection of debts owed to the dependant; Production of accounting records; and much, much more

Let us help you plan for the distribution of your estate so that everything happens as smoothly and effectively as possible.

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Drafting of Wills

Administration of Deceased Estates

Decades of Experience

With more than 30 years of experience, we pride ourselves on having the expertise to offer clients effective solutions to legal problems.


We offer highly affordable and comprehensive legal services, ensuring you get real value for money.

Highly Efficient

Sufficient professional staff and technical resources to carry out any business matter.

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to popular estate legal services questions.

What is my “estate”?

An estate consists of all property owned at death before it is distributed by will, trust, or intestacy laws. An estate may contain both real property (real estate, including houses and investment properties) and personal property (all other property, including bank accounts, securities, jewelry and automobiles).

What happens if I die without a will?

If you die without a Will, the government decides how your property is passed according to state law—regardless of your wishes. Intestate means dying without a legal Will in place, and intestacy is the process your estate would go through without a Will. Typically, when a married person dies with a spouse still living, the estate typically passes entirely to the surviving spouse. Nothing prevents your surviving spouse from remarrying—your assets, savings, and retirement could be used to support your spouse’s new family without estate planning.

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