I am an executor of a will. What do I do?
If you’re the executor of a will in Western Australia, there is a strong possibility your responsibilities will include selling the house and property of the person who has passed away.
This is often a difficult and emotional job and it’s also almost always confusing, if not downright overwhelming. Selling a deceased estate isn’t like selling your own house – it comes with some special rules and conditions.
I’ve compiled some resources to help you navigate selling a deceased estate. I hope you’ll find them useful. And, of course, you’re welcome to call me for a chat at any time if you have questions.
Resources for executors of a will in Western Australia
This 14-page guide to selling a deceased estate will answer many questions you, as an executor of a will, may have about selling the property.
This simplified two-page explainer outlines the process for selling a deceased estate in WA, including listing the decisions to be taken by the executor at every stage.
This simple yet comprehensive deceased estate administration process guide allows Next of Kin, Executors and Administrators to efficiently administer a deceased estate. simplyEstate’s mission is to reduce the administrative workload for grieving families and support you along the way.