intestate law

Handling your own Grant of Probate or Letters of Administration application can and will make a bad situation worse.

As a lawyer handling an emotional situation, we will help you navigate the minefield of intestate legal proceedings.


If your loved one left behind a Will, you can apply for a Grant of Probate.

If your loved one did not leave behind a Will, you would need to apply for a Grant of Letters of Administration.

Do speak to us for advice on how you may proceed to distribute your loved one's estate.


It typically takes between four (4) to six (6) weeks from the date the application is filed.

It typically takes between four (4) to six (6) weeks from the date the application is made to obtain the grant. 

If the matter is contentious, i.e. there is a dispute within the family, then the process will take much longer. 

You need to do the following:

  • Apply for a Lasting Power of Attorney;
  • Write a Will;
  • Complete your CPF Nominations;
  • Complete your Insurance Nominations.

Doing these steps will potentially save your family from arguments and potential legal disputes which will be costly. 

Speak to us for assistance. Our consultations are free.


The typical cost for such an application varies between S$1,200.00 to S$1,500.00. These costs vary depending on the complexity of the matter.

Please contact us for a more accurate quote, our consultation is free.

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