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Who can apply for letters of administration?

The Probate Law

The law in QLD says that if there’s no executor named in the will, or that person can’t act as executor, the first priority to apply for letters of administration is given to a surviving spouse. If they can’t or won’t act, the sequence of priority is as follows – children, then grandchildren or great grandchildren, then parents, then brothers and sisters, then children of deceased brothers and sisters, then grandparents, then uncles and aunts, then first cousins, then anyone else the court may appoint.

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Supreme Court
Filing Fee
706.70* included
Law Reporter
Advertising Costs
161.70 included
Drafting of legally
required notices
? included
Preparing and filing
applicant affidavit
? included
Attending to filing at
the Supreme Court
? included
Drafting and preparing
court application
? included
Review of death
certificate and will
? included
Collecting original Grant of Probate from court ? included
Responding to
relevant questions
? included
Serve Notice of
Intent on Public
Trustee of QLD
? included

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for a reduced filing fee of $124.50