Our goal at Siyatec Executors is to make the process of winding up a deceased estate as easy and understandable as possible.
After the loss of their father and husband, the Cape Town Chetty family needed help in getting Letters of Executorship from the Master’s Office.
My first consultation was one of empathy which immediately gave me a sense of relief. The simple terms used in order to explain the process ahead was of great help to me with my frame of mind at the time.
Children must cover costs of parents estate - The good news is that once the cost is covered, the children eventually become the owners
General process for winding up a deceased estate. The first step in the process is to report the estate to the Master of the High Court.
The nominated executor must report the deceased estate to the Master of the High Court. If the estate has a gross value of more than R250 000.00 the Master will issue Letters of Executorship.