Dealing With A Deceased Estate Transfer Doesn’t Need To Be A Burden

Over the past 35 years, we’ve helped thousands of WA estate executors and administrators transfer property into the names of beneficiaries.

25,000+

Settlements Completed

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5.0
Based on 427 reviews
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Rezzi
5.0
Based on 427 reviews
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25,000+

Settlements Completed

If You’re The Executor Or Administrator Of An Estate

Kerry Bassola
We’ll help you deal with your obligations by preparing and lodging a Transmission Application with Landgate. Once processed, the property will be transferred into your name as Executor or Administrator and can then be transferred into the names of the beneficiaries or purchasers.
What we’ll need to get started

If You’re A Surviving Joint Tenant

If you own a property as a Joint Tenant with a person who is now deceased and wish to have the property transferred into your name, we can lodge a Survivorship Application with Landgate. Once processed, the property title will show you as the sole proprietor.
What we’ll need to get started
Chris Budiselic

Our Professional Service Fee

Franca Jankowski

$660 inc. GST

What’s included

What Our Clients Are Saying

5/5
Great experience with Sara Hayes. She’s very helpful and professional. She explains things clearly and communicates efficiently. Everything went really well. Highly recommended.
Erica D.
5/5
Great communication and made it it an easy process to go through. Answered all my questions in a simple and kindly manner. Thank you Franca!
Mai N.
5/5
Sara was very efficient, courteous and helpful in the settlement of my wife and her sisters deceased mothers family home. We all recommend Sara (and Residential Settlements) to handle your settlement. Thank you Sara. From Karlene and John
John S.

Ready To Get Started? Call Us On 1300 001 358

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: There’s a mortgage on the property. What do I do?
The mortgage on the property will either need to be discharged or refinanced prior to the property being transferred into the name of the Executor or Administrator.
Q: What can delay the process?
Once probate is issued, the primary delay usually comes from the refinance of an existing mortgage.
Q: How long will the process take?
The process will take approximately 4 weeks from the date we receive the original probate or letters of administration.
Q: Can I get started before the issue of probate?
No. We’re required by law to include a certified copy of the probate or letters of administration along with the Transmission Application.