How to Administer a Deceased Estate

✓ Where do you find guidance?

✓ How does the process work?

✓ What is your approach?

Last updated: January 2022

How to Administer a Deceased Estate

Most families are overwhelmed after experiencing a loss. simplyEstate can help and provide guidance.

The time needed to deal with a loss is often interrupted by the immediate necessity for funeral planning and deceased estate administration. Find out how we can help you below.

What is Your Approach?

Do it Yourself (DIY)

Use our Free Guide
250 hours Executor Time*

You want to administer the deceased estate yourself in honour of the deceased person.

Supported

Use our Support
Save 90 hours Executor Time*

You want to complete the estate administration yourself with ad-hoc or ongoing support.

Hands-Off

Use a Probate Lawyer
Save 200 hours Executor Time*

You want to hand everything over and only get involved when absolutely needed.

Find Out Your Approach

by answering a few simple questions.

How We Can Help

Administration
Guide

Free online guide

simplyEstate’s online Deceased Estate Administration Guide helps Executors, Administrators and Next of Kin navigate the  administration process step-by-step.

Checklists
& Tools

Free to $39

simplyEstate’s Checklists & Tools assist you when working through the estate administration. Review all and only pay for the ones you want to use.

Executor & Administrator Support

First phone appointment free

simplyEstate’s Executor & Administrator Support allows you to discuss your approach, next steps and how to engage a lawyer or specialist for the estate administration.

What Our Users Say

5/5

“This online guide and the affordable tools were invaluable.  They really helped me understand what needed to be done. They gave me the confidence to act as Joint Executor. The Beneficiaries were given a clear overview of my late mother’s estate value. I found using the assets and liabilities spreadsheet easy and intuitive.”

 

Chris Quinn

Townsville

5/5

“I downloaded all Checklists & Tools, which proved very useful. It allowed me to keep all expenses of my late mother’s estate organised. It was easy to pay and download and wish I had known about simplyEstate sooner.”


Brian Crowley
Perth

5/5

“Losing a loved one is emotionally very difficult. Being faced shortly after with another difficult task as Executor can be overwhelming, especially if the estate is complex.  Having the simplyEstate guidelines at hand made the task much easier to navigate with confidence and accuracy.”

 

Anthony Frizza
Melbourne